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Motorola Shares 200MP Photo From Edge X30 Pro

An executive from Lenovo has demonstrated the photographic capabilities of the upcoming Motorola flagship, the Edge X30 Pro, which features a 200MP camera.

In a post shared on Chinese social media site Weibo, General Manager of Lenovo China Mobile Business Department, Chen Jin showed off a photo taken on the new device.

Credit: Motorola

The Edge X30 Pro (likely to be called the Edge 30 Ultra in Australia) has been confirmed to feature a 200MP main camera, making it one of the first devices to use Samsung’s 200MP ISOCELL HP1 sensor.

The other cameras on the Edge X30 Pro are yet to be confirmed, with some saying it will feature 35mm, 50mm and 85mm telephoto lenses, indicating the absence of an ultra-wide camera lens. However, other leaks have said it will have the same camera setup as the Edge 30 Pro (X30 overseas) with a 50MP ultra-wide camera, a 12MP telephoto camera and a 60MP selfie camera.

Solidifying itself as a top end premium device, it is also expected to feature Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, boast a 6.73-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with HDR10+ support and 144Hz refresh rate and have a 4,500mAh battery with support for 125W fast charging.

The new device is expected to come with two variants for memory and storage with the cheaper model boasting 8GB and 128GB respectively and the more expensive one boasting a 16GB and 256GB configuration. With previous Motorola Edge devices, such as the Edge 30 Pro, we have been limited to one variant, likely to be the 8GB/128GB model.

The Motorola Edge X30 Pro is expected to be announced very soon, with pricing and availability likely to closely follow.



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