Moto Edge X30 offers great heat dissipation through its aluminum alloy frame: Exec

Just yesterday, launched the Moto Edge X30, which was the commercially released smartphone to feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. And now, a Lenovo official has shared some interesting information about the newly launched smartphone.

In a recent Weibo post (a Chinese microblogging website), the Chen Jin, General Manager of the Chinese company, stated that the latest flagship smartphone lineup from feature high strength aluminum alloy frame. Furthermore, the back panel is built with an integrated polycarbonate material. This enables the device to be thin and light while ensuring that its structure is rigid, which would help it pass any bend tests.

Notably, the senior official even went into the specifics when talking about the Moto Edge X30 series heat dissipation capabilities. The Chen Jin claims that the aluminum alloy frame allows the device to offer a thermal conductivity of 130W/mK. He further added that the smartphone also feature Corning’s Gorilla Glass on the front and back for protection, while the AG Glass process also allows it to offer a great hand feel as well.

Moto Edge X30

Talking about the device, the Moto Edge X30 features the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, along with 50 megapixel triple camera module on the rear. On the front, sports a 6.8 inch display that offers 144Hz high refresh rate and up to 576Hz touch sampling rate. The device runs 12 out of the box and is powered by a large 5,000mAh battery pack that supports 68W fast charging as well.



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