The European version of Moto P30, Motorola One, appeared in the GeekBench benchmark archive, using a Snapdragon 625 chipset and 4GB of RAM
As Motorola One will say, Motorola One will be launched with Android One, running an unmodified version of Android 8.1 Oreo.
Helped just with an entry-level chipset, Motorola One certainly will not beat performance records , but it could draw attention to its affordable price and the prospect of upgrading to the Android Pie 9.0 version some time after the original launch
Like the P30, Motorola One offers a 6.2 " , accommodated in a housing above average. As far as the performance is concerned, the data in the GeekBench catalog is encouraging, with the 4299 point in the multi-core test being enough for a comfortable Android experience. However, the 876 points obtained in the multi-core test could translate into slightly increased waiting times when starting applications. Fortunately, the 4GB RAM will hide this shortcoming, at least for the most commonly used applications.
Given that the Asian Market, P30, is launching this week , the Motorola One International Edition should not be too late, even if the launch date has not been announced