Highly-specified Motorola Edge 30 Ultra and its 200MP camera are one step closer to release

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Remember when Motorola’s flagship smartphone was reportedly headed for consumers with a 200MP Samsung camera sensor? Originally codenamed “Frontier”, the phone’s nickname is said to be the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra. The device is expected to be one of the first handsets to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. The phone should be the first to feature a 200MP camera sensor when it launches next month.

As long as Motorola goes crazy with the specs for the Edge 30 Ultra, rumored to have the fastest charging specs ever with 125W fast charging with 50W wireless charging options on offer.
According to ITHome (through Gizchina), the phone has received its 3C certification in China. The Chinese Mandatory Certification is a safety inspection required for most products sold in the country. The device will bear the model number XT2251-1 and has already been approved by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. Also receiving the same approval is model number XT2243-2, which is believed to be a successor to the Motorola Edge 20 series.
As for the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra, the tipster Digital Chat Station, which has had some excellent conversations in the past, expects the highly-specified smartphone to feature a 6.67-inch FHD+ display with a 144Hz refresh rate. In addition to the 200MP primary camera sensor, the phone will have a 50MP sensor and a 12MP sensor. For selfies, the device will have a 60 MP sensor behind a punch hole on the front.

Interestingly, while the 200MP image sensor will come from Samsung, it will not be used on the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

The Motorola Edge 30 Ultra has the potential to become a legitimate challenger to the Samsung Galaxy S line. Motorola, which has made huge strides in recent years, is now the third most popular smartphone brand in the US and the sixth most popular worldwide.

With the spectacular specs for the Edge 30 Ultra, it could be the most significant phone release for Motorola since it released the DROID in the fourth quarter of 2009. The DROID, the first handset to have Android 2.0 installed, was arguably the iPhone’s first real competitor with features like free turn-by-turn directions. The device also kick-started Android to become the most widely used mobile operating system in the world.

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