Motorola Edge 30 Ultra promotional video leaks with clues to 125 W charging, 200 MP camera capabilities and other flagship features
Last month, Motorola unveiled the Moto X30 Pro in China, a smartphone that the company had been teasing for a while in the country. While Motorola has teased the device's global release for September 8, it has long been assumed that it would launch outside China as the Edge 30 Ultra. For context, the company already sells the Edge 30 and Edge 30 Pro; the Edge 30 Neo is expected to launch soon too.
Now, Evan Blass has shared a minute-long promotional video of the Edge 30 Ultra on Twitter, confirming that the device is the global version of the Moto X30 Pro. Hence, the video outlines that the Edge 30 Ultra has a 200 MP camera, as well as two other rear-facing cameras and a sole front-facing lens. For reference, the 200 MP sensor is the Samsung ISOCELL HP1, which is also rumoured to be making its way into the Xiaomi 12T Pro. Although the ISOCELL HP1 has plenty of megapixels at its disposal, it does not necessarily deliver the same image quality as the ISOCELL HM3 in the Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Additionally, the video refers to the Edge 30 Ultra's ability to recharge at up to 125 W via its USB Type-C port. Billed as TurboPower, Motorola claims that the technology can deliver up to 12 hours of battery life from 7 minutes of recharging time. Separately, the Edge 30 Ultra relies on the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, putting it in the same company as the Galaxy Z Flip4, Galaxy Z Fold4 and the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, among others. Reputedly, the Edge 30 Ultra will arrive in Europe for €899 with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, which would make it €100 more expensive than the Edge 30 Pro. It remains to be seen how expensive the smartphone will be in other markets like North America though, or whether it will be available as the Edge 30 Ultra there, either.