Well, the next Motorola smartphone is all set to launch on September 8. Although Motorola hasn’t shared the name of the product or any other details about the same, we do know that it is Motorola Edge 30 Ultra that will be launched officially on Sep 8. With that being said, now we have a promotional video for the Edge 30 Ultra that doesn’t just confirm the name but a lot more details about the flagship device thanks to the courtesy of tipster Evan Blass.
Motorola Edge 30 leaks in a promotional video
The minute-long promotional video confirms that the upcoming flagship smartphone will be dubbed as Motorola Edge 30 Ultra. Of course, this is something we have been knowing for ages given the fact that we have Edge 30, 30 Pro (Edge 30 Neo is in the works), and now, the Edge 30 Ultra. Moreover, it appears to be a rebranded version of the Edge 30 Pro available in China. If this piece of information is true, we already know the specs that Edge 30 Pro brings onboard although the distinction here is, that Edge 30 is China-only whereas Edge 30 Ultra is a global version.
Moving on, the video mentions a 200MP rear camera on board the Edge 30 Ultra which is fantastic. Although there are hints that it is Samsung ISOCELL HP1 (and not the finest HM3), we can still expect amazing photography out of the device for sure. There are two other sensors on the back panel giving 30 Ultra a triple rear camera setup.
The video further gives a closer look at Motorola’s 125W TurboPower fast charging tech charged via a USB-C port. Motorola claims that the tech is capable of juicing up the battery to furnish 12 hours of backup in just 7 minutes of the charging period. Although it remains to be seen.
When it comes to the pricing, Motorola hasn’t shared any details concerning the pricing as well. Although there are speculations that the 12+256GB model will fetch €899 in Europe which is €100 higher than that of the Peo variant although you’ll have to wait for the official pricing to know how much you will have to shell out to get your hands on the flagship device.
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