According to recent reports, Motorola is gearing to release the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra smartphone. Now, the latest rumor has offered us details about the display on the device, alongside color and memory variants. As per the leak, the smartphone will feature a display with a 144Hz refresh rate. For now, it appears as if the company will offer a premium smartphone with a top-notch feature set.
Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Specifications
We already know much about the upcoming Motorola Edge 30 ultra thanks to rumors and other reports. However, one thing we didn’t know about was the display, but now that too is also revealed. The forthcoming smartphone will sport a 6.67-inch display. One thing to note here is that the upcoming smartphone might be the highest variant device from Motorola in the Motorola Edge series to date.
Under the hood, the device will pack the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC from Qualcomm. The chipset is paired with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. It will come equipped with a 4,500mAh battery with 125W fast charging support.
For imaging, the Edge 30 Ultra will feature a high-resolution primary rear camera. Specifically, it might be a 200MP camera. If that happens, Ultra 30 will become the first Motorola phone to feature a 200MP camera. Besides that, it will also house a 50MP secondary camera and a 12MP tertiary camera. However, we are not sure if any of the aforesaid cameras will include a telephoto lens as well. On the front, it might feature a 60MP unit.
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Motorola Edge 30 Ultra launch timeline
As for the release date, the smartphone might arrive in the market later this month. It is worth noting that Lenovo has not offered any details as to which markets the phone will arrive in. Anyways, the company has previously launched two Edge variants in India. So, we are keeping our hopes high.
According to Nils Ahrensmeier, the 12GB/256GB variant of the upcoming device will feature a cost price of EUR 899 (Approx. Rs 71,500) in Europe.
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