Motorola P30 leaks, and it's basically another iPhone X clone running Android

Remember the Motorola One Power that leaked a few months back with an iPhone X-like notch and a vertical dual camera array? It turns out that phone might be going by a different name, the Motorola P30.

According to leaked press renders from AndroidPure, the Motorola P30 looks almost indistinguishable from the iPhone X in most angles. It has a metal and glass design with rounded corners and a wide notch at the top of the display. There's a vertical dual camera array around back with an LED flash between the sensors, and one feature the iPhone X lacks — a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor integrated into the Motorola logo.

Speaking of Motorola logos … like always, there's one at the bottom of the display, because Motorola just couldn't help itself. From the looks of the leaked images, the P30 could practically fit in an iPhone X case, though the volume buttons sit above the power button along the right side of the frame, leaving the left side bare.

As far as specs go, we can expect a 6.2-inch 19:9 display, an unspecified octa-core processor, a 3000mAh battery, 6GB of RAM, and either 64 or 128GB of storage. It looks like the primary camera around back will be a 16MP sensor, while the secondary sensor will be 5MP and the front camera will be 12MP — all with an f/1.8 aperture.

We don't know exactly when the phone will be announced (rumor has it it might be tomorrow) or how much it'll cost if and when it launches in the U.S., but it's certainly a departure from Motorola's unique Moto Z lineup. No Moto Mods, no ultra-thin design … just an iPhone X running Android One.

That's not the most exciting way to sell a phone, but at the same time, hardware is hardly a problem with the iPhone X. Is an iPhone running Android really the worst thing in the world?

Read more: Moto Z3 review: Verizon's middle child

Hayato Huseman

Hayato was a product reviewer and video editor for Android Central.