Earlier this week, Motorola dropped a teaser that appears to hint on the imminent launch of the Motorola Edge X smartphone which according to reports, is expected to debut under the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra branding in certain markets.
While we’re still probably weeks away from it’s launch, but we’d already learned quite a fair bit regarding this device courtesy of a recent leak published by German outlet Technik News. To make the matter worse, the phone’s design had also been made known to the public via a series of CAD-based renders shared by leak star Steve Hemmerstoffer.
As we can tell from the renders, the Motorola Edge X appears to feature a flat panel which is said to measure 6.6” diagonally. Although Steve doesn’t elaborate further on it’s display specs, but recent leak from Technik News has claimed that the display will be an OLED panel that offers HDR10+ support and up to 144Hz refresh rate. The key highlight here however, lies in it’s purported 60 megapixels front-facing camera.
Around it’s backplate, we can find a rectangular camera bump that houses a triple-cam array. Past report had suggested that these cameras might include a 50 megapixels wide camera, 50 megapixels ultra-wide lens, as well as a 2 megapixels depth sensor.
Under the hood, the Motorola Edge X is rumored to be among the first smartphones in the market to be powered by the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 mobile processor. This is likely to be paired with a respectable 5,000mAh battery that brings support for 68W fast-charging.