The Edge 30 is a cheaper version of the Edge 30 Pro and will be available in Europe for 499. North America is not on that list, but will get another Edge family device later in the year.
The Edge 30 offers a smaller screen and thinner build than the Edge 30 Pro, which is also known as the Edge Plus in North America. The flagship uses an 8 Gen 1 processor that is a step down from the 778 used in the 6.5-inchOLED. The rear cameras have the same configuration as the front cameras, with a 50-megapixel f/1.8 wide, 50-megapixel f/2.2 ultrawide, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. There is a lower-res selfie camera and a higher-res rear camera video recording.
The Edge 30 Pro has a higher price tag in the US and Europe, but it doesn't really compete with competitors like the S22 Plus. It's more tempting to swap in a less expensive processor for a more affordable one when it comes to pricing. In the US, the competition for the lower end of the market is very steep. If a version of the Edge 30 comes to the US, the price will have to be right to compete with the very good.