Motorola will once again bet on the highest range with an Edge X 30 which will be one of the first to release the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, Motorola has never completely detached itself from the highest range, but the truth is that it has not launched a device for some time that assembles the latest in power . The most powerful of its current catalog is the Motorola Edge 20 Pro that does not even incorporate the Snapdragon 888 or your Plus version , but mounts the Snapdragon 870 .
But the company (part of Lenovo) wants to return to the more premium high-end hand in hand with Qualcomm, and the company has announced that on December 9 it will launch the Motorola Edge X 30 , a high-end device that will be one of the first (or the first, if another brand does not anticipate) to release the recently announced Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 .
The return to the highest range of Motorola
This device is not really new to us. It has been leaked several times and we have even been able to see renders of the terminal courtesy of OnLeaks (although this one references an Edge 30 Ultra or Edge X and not X 30 as such). We will have to wait to know it ourselves, but the device seems to point out ways.
The teaser that Lenovo has published in Weibo doesn’t say much, beyond confirming the processor, but thanks to other leaks we can get an idea. According to the 3C certification , the device will have 5. 000 mAh battery and fast charge of 68, 2W .
Another leak suggests that the Motorola Edge X 20 will have a 6 AMOLED screen, 67 inches with 144 Hz refresh rate (this on Motorola / Lenovo is not new, see the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2 ) and HDR support 001 +. As for the camera, it is expected that it will mount a main sensor of 50 megapixels, a wide angle of 50 megapixels, a depth sensor and an internal camera of 60 megapixels (which is no small thing) .
As far as the processor is concerned, the Motorola Edge X 30, Edge 20 Ultra or Edge X (depending on the filtration that Let’s look, although it would not be strange that the three names refer to the same smartphone) will mount the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 , a four-nanometer SoC with Cortex-X2 cores at 3 GHz, the latest in connectivity and power in abundance.
Via | GSMArena