Another leaked teaser revealed the August 3rd (in China) unveiling of the X30 Pro (along with the Motorola RAZR 3). Before that, Lenovo’s Chen Jin also teased the large 1/1.22” camera sensor being used on the handset. The phone will sport a 200MP Samsung camera sensor along with a 50MP sensor and one weighing in at 12MP. Those sensors are expected to drive the main camera, an ultra-wide camera, and a telephoto camera respectively according to the latest rumors, and there could be a 60MP front-facing camera sensor for selfies and video chats.
The intriguing Moto X30 Pro has been the subject of multiple leaks that Chen Jin, general manager of the Lenovo Mobile Business Group in China, teased on Weibo. The focal lengths of the rear cameras on the flagship model are now known (35mm, 50mm, and 85mm). When the subject is in focus, the focal length reveals the distance between the lens and the captured image. When discussing smartphone specifications, we frequently use zoom lengths (for instance, 3X zoom).
Today, another teaser has appeared according to My Smart Price. This time, it shows the 125W charger for the Moto X30 Pro that the latter will support. It is the fastest charger in Motorola history topping the 68W charger on the currently available Moto X30. The X30 Pro is expected to be powered by a 4500mAh battery. Motorola executive teases a 125W wired charger for the Moto X30 Pro – New teaser confirms 125W charging support for the Moto X30 Pro. Motorola executive teases a 125W wired charger for the Moto X30 Pro.
LPDDR5 RAM is the latest, fastest, and most energy-efficient version of the Random Access Memory chips available for smartphones. It is where apps store data in the short-term and when running in the background. UFS 3.1 is the latest and fastest version of Universal Flash Storage until UFS 4.0 debuts as expected on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 later this year. It is used to transfer data to and from your phone’s storage.
The Moto X30 Pro will be introduced globally later this year as the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra. The latest batch of rumored specs also reveals that the device will be equipped with a 6.67-inch plastic OLED (pOLED) curved display with a 144Hz refresh rate which means the screen updates 144 times per second. That makes the display buttery smooth. Under the hood, you should find the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset combined with up to 8GB/12GB of LPDDR5 RAM (memory) and 128GB/256GB of UFS 3.1 storage.
This might be the most exciting phone that Motorola has released in some time. Stay tuned! Currently using the Edge 30 Pro. I’m pretty much happy with it but will see what Motorola can bring to the table. Especially now that they ditched the ultrawide angle for more usable camera sensors. I am fine with the curved screen if there is a decent tempered glass that can cover the edges.