Moto X30 Pro officially debuts as the world's first 200 MP camera smartphone
A few hours ago, Motorola unveiled its most premium smartphone for the year in China. The Moto X30 Pro makes its debut today after a postponed launch event last week, and does so with aplomb thanks to a handful of ultra-level hardware.
The new flagship phone sports a 6.67-inch FHD+ 144 Hz OLED with a maximum brightness of 1500 nits and support for HDR10+. Under the hood is, of course, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, aided by up to 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 512 GB of US 3.1 storage.
Cameras are, evidently, the Moto X30 Pro's biggest selling point. Its main camera, in fact. The X30 Pro debuts as the world's first smartphone with a 200 MP camera, as it sports Samsung's 1/1.22-inch ISOCELL HP1. That camera is joined by a 50 MP ultra-wide camera, and a 12 MP 2x portrait camera. At the front of the phone is a 60 MP selfie camera.
Other features of the Moto X30 Pro include 125 W fast charging, 50 W wireless charging, Dolby Atmos support, and Motorola's MYUI 4.0 skin. The Moto X30 Pro is available in three configurations: 8/128 GB, 12/256 GB, and 12/512 GB, costing CNY 3,499 (US$520), CNY 3,999 (US$595), and CNY 4299 (US$640) respectively. While the Moto X30 Pro is currently only available in China, it's expected to make its way to global market soon as the Moto Edge 30 Ultra.