Motorola continues to promote the Edge 30 Ultra (which will become Edge X30 in China) as the world’s first smartphone with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, and this weekend the company released new teasers confirming top-of-the-line details, including camera details and battery.
In posters published by the brand in China, we see details of the device with its set of rear cameras in an oval module and highlighted by three lenses: a main 50 MP, an ultrawide 50 MP also and a frontal with no less than 60 MP.
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Another teaser published by Motorola highlights the cell phone’s battery capacity, which will have 5,000 mAh with 68 W fast charging technology, expressive numbers in relation to what the brand had been adopting in its devices.
Announcement and release date
The second image not only reinforces the Edge 30 Ultra’s announcement and presentation date, which takes place on December 9, but also reinforces again the device’s launch date in China: December 15th.
The Motorola Edge 30 Ultra (Edge X30 in China) is expected with three rear cameras. The company has already confirmed the existence of two 50 MP cameras and the third camera is expected to include nothing but a 2 MP sensor for depth data.
The Edge 30 Ultra once had a photo of its shared front panel revealing straight glass, no curves on the sides and a lower edge of the same thickness as the upper edge.
Rumors suggest that the device should bet on a large 6.67-inch screen with Full HD resolution, OLED technology and 144 Hz refresh rate.
The world’s first cell phone with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip will be announced on December 9, so more official details are expected to come out very soon, including expected release outside China and its price range.