There is a new Android phone on the market - the Motorola P30, which would cost you roughly $350. People, however, might easily mistake it for a device that costs three times as much: the $1,000 Apple iPhone X, which was launched last fall.
Photos of the new smartphone were official released on Thursday, and not only do the phones share a lot of design details — a vertical camera, a "notch" on the front of the screen — the promotional images look pretty much the same.
Tech fans and enthusiasts did not waste time and immediately criticized the Levovo-owned phonemaker for copying Apple's design.
[MOTOROLA HQ]— Mol M. (@nisankubur) August 15, 2018
Product manager: Our next flagship should follow iPhone X aesthetics, but that Huawei shit is selling hot.
Designers: Say no more. pic.twitter.com/KsnQ6NfDCZ