New report details another huge lineup of upcoming Motorola phones

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Besides being As the fastest-growing smartphone vendor on the podium in North America, Motorola is arguably the most prolific handset maker in the world, releasing more new Android models each quarter than we can keep up with.

Thankfully, that’s where serial Twitter leaker and occasional 91mobiles contributor Evan Blass comes in, not only keeping up with all the existing Moto-branded products, but also tracking every move the Lenovo company is making behind the scenes to find new ones. to prepare devices in all categories and price ranges.

The mid-range Moto G flood is unstoppable

Hot on the heels of the 4G LTE-only G42 and the 5G-enabled G62, a slightly lower-end Moto G32 is tipped to see the light of day “soon” with a robust-sounding feature list at an unquestionably reasonable price. Codenamed “Devon”, it will be released first in a non-5G compatible version with a silky smooth 120Hz LCD display measuring approximately 6.5 inches diagonally and sporting Full HD resolution.

The rest of the specs aren’t bad either, including the same Snapdragon 680 processor found in the aforementioned Moto G42, up to 128 gigs of internal storage paired with up to 6GB of RAM, as well as a triple rear camera system with 50.8 and 2 megapixels, and not necessarily the least, a single 16 megapixel selfie shooter.

Strangely enough, a 5G-equipped “Devon” variant is not expected to hit the market in North America until 2023 after a commercial debut elsewhere before the end of 2022. This will likely leave many of the “regular” G32 features remain unchanged, although the Qualcomm SoC could be replaced with an unspecified MediaTek-made silicon, while the rear camera should consist of a 64MP primary shooter accompanied by two different (and equally useless) 2MP sensors.

A mysterious model codenamed “Maui” could also be part of the expanded Moto G family sometime in Q3 this year with a MediaTek Helio G37 chipset on deck, as well as a 720p display, only 3 gigs of memory and pretty much the most rudimentary triple rear camera setup we can think of (16 + 2 + 2 MP). Of course, with such modest specs, there’s a good chance this thing will enrich the entry-level Moto E lineup instead.

On the verge of glory

Let’s face it, cheap devices can only take you so far in today’s mobile industry in terms of sales figures and especially profits, and if Motorola really wants to become a name to be reckoned with, it needs its upper mid-range and high-end Edge family to keep growing both numerically and in terms of global mainstream popularity.

Obviously, a China-only “aesthetics-focused” model code-named “Tundra” probably won’t contribute much to the latter aspect in Q3, despite putting in a large 4,400 mAh battery and powerful Snapdragon 888+ processor ( among others) in a round body with a state-of-the-art 6.55-inch FHD+ P-OLED display that supports 144Hz refresh rate technology.

The Motorola “Victoria” is also coming in Q3 and may or may not carry Edge branding, with its 108MP primary rear-facing snapper and RAM options ranging from 4 to 8GB, putting this particular device in an unknown spot in the “. high mid-range” is placed. ” segment.

By far the most exciting new members of the Motorola Edge family are currently expected to be released in 2023, but due to their very distant release targets, it may not be very wise to put a lot of stock into this “ev-leaked” information. †

Codenamed “Bronco” and “Canyon”, these next-gen Edge beasts could be packing the next-gen Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processing power with support up to 165Hz (!!!) display speed technology and “settling” for a 50MP main rear camera each.
The ultra-high-end Canyon could additionally have a second 50MP snapper and a remarkable-sounding 60MP front camera, while the Bronco, which may or may not have a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, instead of the aforementioned Gen 2 processor, will likely combine its 50MP primary shooter with a 13MP secondary and 2MP tertiary lens on the back.
Finally, Motorola is also working on a potentially groundbreaking “Felix” rollable and a 144Hz refresh rate capable “Juno” sequel to the as-yet unannounced “Maven” (aka Razr 3), but while the late 2023 launches are currently under review, these (extremely distant) plans are clearly far from set in stone.

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