Motorola has revealed its new P30 smartphone, which has been described as a “brazen”, “shameless” and “egregious” Android remake of the iPhone X. We’re not here to make a judgement as to whether that’s true or not, but what we can tell you is that this new smartphone features a 6.2″ LCD display with a 1080 × 2246 resolution, 402 pixels per inch, an 18.7:9 aspect ratio and an 82% screen-to-body ratio.
It runs Android 8, powered by a Snapdragon 636 processor, up to 128GB internal storage (expandable by up to 256GB via micro SD) and 6GB RAM. It features a dual-lens primary camera (16+5MP) and a 12MP internal camera, both capable of shooting video in up to 1080p at 30 frames per second, as well as as a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
One area where the P30 certainly differs from the iPhone X is its price — the 64GB model retails at around $305, with the 128GB version coming in at around $360. The device is expected to release some time in August.