Motorola has prepared one of the most interesting Android phones of the year. It is not interesting for its list of features, which too, but for its size, weight and thickness . The company wants a compact premium high-end mobile , four words that do not usually go together. Most premium phones are big, very big. And also very heavy. The next Motorola Moto S30 Pro wants to be in all the small hands on the market.
Several companies have bet on the compact market over the years, with Sony and Apple being the only ones that have achieved truly recommendable devices. Now Motorola will try it, although without a really small bet. Yes compact, but not small.
This is how compact the Motorola Moto S30 Pro is
The leaks have just confirmed almost all the details of the Moto S30 Pro . It will be launched very soon and its main objective is to conquer users with small hands. How will do? With a weight of only 170 grams , a 6.55-inch screen and an incredible thickness of only 7.6 millimeters.
These figures are very difficult to achieve, if not impossible, in the current high-end Android. Although 6.55 inches is not a small size, thanks to the good optimization of the front, that feeling of “compact mobile” is achieved.
A large part of the current premium high-end mobiles go up to 6.7 or 6.8 inches, so it can be considered a smaller than normal high-end device. Of course, it does not become an iPhone 13 Mini, for example.
Not only compact, but also very powerful
The good thing about this S30 Pro is that it does not give up being a powerful and advanced device. It will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, a 6.55-inch screen with a 144 Hz refresh rate, 50 Mp cameras and a 68W load.
In addition, it is one of the few options that continue to bet on the curved screen , something that is increasingly difficult to see. Its design, although simple, is quite attractive. To give you an idea, a Galaxy S22 5G has an almost identical weight and thickness, housing a 6.1-inch panel.
This means that Motorola has achieved a device with a larger screen without increasing the weight or thickness. What do you think? would you buy it