Moto X30 Pro: Motorola previews Edge 30 Ultra design with 200 MP camera and 125 W charging
Motorola has outlined more details about the upcoming Moto X30 Pro, one of two flagships that the company will unveil on August 2 in China. As we have discussed separately, Motorola has also teased the Razr 2022's secondary display, which has grown from the 2.7-inch one in the Razr 5G. As for the Moto X30 Pro, Motorola has basically revealed the smartphone's design, as well as several crucial details.
As the images below highlight, Motorola is already happy to show the device's back, front and its internals. Presumably, the latter is an artist's representation of what the Moto X30 Pro looks like internally, though. Regardless, the design shown matches renders that Evan Blass leaked in February and WinFuture revealed a month earlier. As such, the Moto X30 Pro has a curved display with a matching back panel.
Additionally, the Moto X30 Pro has a small front-facing camera, contrasted by its substantial rear camera housing. Incidentally, both marketing photos contain the text '200MP | 1/1.22" | OIS' next to the device's rear-facing cameras. In other words, the 200 MP camera has a 1/1.22-inch optical format and supports optical image stabilisation (OIS). For context, the 200 MP sensor in question is anticipated to be the ISOCELL HP1 that Samsung launched last year.
Separately, the same images demonstrate that the Moto X30 Pro has two physical buttons on its right-hand side, plus a card reader, microphone, speaker and USB Type-C port on its bottom edge. Also, Motorola has teased that the Moto X30 Pro will feature 125 W wired charging, allegedly to recharge a 4,500-5,000 mAh battery. Based on earlier leaks, the Moto X30 Pro will launch in Europe as the Edge 30 Ultra for €899 with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage.