Motorola Edge 30 Ultra appears in Geekbench listing as Motorola outlines Moto X30 Pro's camera specifications and August 11 release
Motorola continues to tease details about the Moto X30 Pro, having postponed the device's introduction. As we discussed last week, a company executive hinted that Motorola had rescheduled a launch event for August 11, which the company has since confirmed. As the screenshot below reads, the Moto X30 Pro will debut on August 11 at 20:00 China Standard Time (CST), or 12:00 UTC. Incidentally, Motorola will showcase the Moto S30 Pro and the Razr 2022 at the same event, which should receive a global release at some stage, too.
Additionally, Motorola has unveiled that the Moto X30 Pro utilises 50 MP ultra-wide-angle and 12 MP telephoto cameras, as well as its previously confirmed 200 MP primary camera. Moreover, Motorola has highlighted that the latter will support 16-in-1 pixel binning to deliver 2.56 µm-wide pixels, which drops to 1.28 µm and 4-in-1 binning for the ultra-wide-angle camera. Separately, the telephoto camera is the Sony IMX663 and will offer 1.22 µm-wide pixels with 2x optical zoom. Likewise, the device's 60 MP front-facing camera supports 4-in-1 pixel binning, while the ultra-wide-angle also camera provides a 117° field of view (FoV).
Meanwhile, the Moto X30 Pro's global variant has appeared on Geekbench. Sporting 12 GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset, the Edge 30 Ultra also features Android 12, unsurprising given the device's development before Android 13 reached Release Candidate status.
Reputedly, Motorola will sell the Edge 30 Ultra for €899 in the Eurozone, a competitive price compared to Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1-powered smartphones. Based on the appearance of a Geekbench listing at this stage, it seems that Motorola will not be wasting too much time before announcing the Edge 30 Ultra, as it did with the Moto X30 and the Edge 30 Pro.