Motorola Edge 30 Ultra's design and key specs revealed in leaked official video
Motorola has scheduled an event on September 8 to unveil the new Edge series smartphones. The company hasn't revealed the names of these smartphones yet, but one of them is expected to be the Edge 30 Ultra, which has appeared in an official video leaked by reliable leakster Evan Blass, revealing the Edge 30 Ultra's design and key specs.
The Motorola Edge 30 Ultra is built around a pOLED display with a centered punch hole for the selfie camera. Around the back, it has a triple camera setup headlined by a 200MP camera.
The Edge 30 Ultra is powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC and supports 125W charging, which can provide a day's power in seven minutes. Reading the small text at the bottom tells us a 7-minute charge will provide up to 12 hours of battery life to "median users." However, there's no mention of the battery size in the video.
The smartphone will charge through a USB-C port and come with Dolby Atmos support. You can watch the video clip below.
It seems the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra will be a version of the Moto X30 Pro currently only available in China. If that's true, you'll get a 6.7" 144Hz screen with an in-display fingerprint reader, a 60MP selfie shooter, a 50MP ultrawide camera, and a 12MP telephoto unit.
The smartphone will pack a 4,610 mAh battery with 50W wireless charging, and you'll also get stereo speakers for a more immersive audio experience. You can read our Moto X30 Pro's announcement coverage here to know more about it.