Motorola today expands its moto g family with the launch of the moto g30 in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The 64 MP ultra-high resolution quad camera system provides sharper, brighter high-res images which elevate content from every angle. With 4x low-light sensitivity and Quad Pixel technology, every shot is sharp and bright. Users can also enable Night Vision mode to increase clarity and achieve more vivid and accurate colors. 

To capture life’s moments in full, the moto g30’s 118-degree ultra-wide angle lens fits 4x more in the frame compared to a standard 78-degree lens. The moto g30’s dedicated Macro Vision camera also brings the user 4x closer to the subject, revealing details which would otherwise be missed using a standard lens.  For professional-looking portraits, a depth sensor empowers moto g30 users to blur the background of their photos with adjustable intensity. Motorola’s new smartphone also sports a 13 MP front-facing camera for avid social media users to capture the perfect selfie.

The moto g30 features a stunning 6.5-inch Max Vision HD+ display, which brings games, movies and video calls to life. The viewing experience comes full-circle as a result of a 90Hz refresh rate – usually reserved for flagship phones. With this added benefit, users are afforded a more immersive viewing experience. 

Motorola’s Moto G30

Offering boosted performance, the moto g30 comes integrated with the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 662 Mobile Platform, enabling quick and easy editing and providing smoother, more vivid graphics. With 6 GB of RAM, users can move back and forth between apps without missing a beat, while 128GB built-in storage keeps plenty of room for photos, movies, songs, apps, and games. If extra storage is required, users can also add up to 512GB more using a microSD card. To keep users powered throughout the day and beyond, the moto g30 comes with a 5000 mAh battery – offering 2 days of power on a single charge. With Motorola’s TurboPower™ function, users can gain back up to 12 hours of power in just 20 minutes of charging.

With My UX, moto g 30 users can perform a simple chop gesture to turn on the flashlight, or launch the camera at the twist of a wrist. Motorola has also added new features, such as swipe to split, which empowers users to split the screen into two sections for boosted productivity and multitasking. moto g30 owners can watch a video while chatting with friends, or work on two documents simultaneously. 

By avoiding the use of bloated software, skins and duplicate apps, My UX simple avoids getting in the way of the pure Android experience – it simply enhances it. Users can explore better conversation management in messaging apps, improved control over connected devices, and a more hands-on approach to data privacy with Android 11. The operating system also brings new and improved accessibility features to moto g series users, including faster and easier Voice Access and assistant-powered shortcuts.

Pricing and Availability

Motorola’s moto g30 is now available to purchase in Saudi Arabia in both Phantom Black and Pastel Sky colors for the retail price of 799 via Noon, Amazon, Jarir and participating independent retailers. Inclusive of this price, buyers will also receive a pair of Lenovo LivePods free of charge.