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The highly-specified Motorola Edge 30 Ultra and its 200MP camera are about to be released

Remember Motorola’s flagship smartphone would be heading towards consumers with a Samsung 200MP camera sensor? Originally codenamed “Frontier”, the nickname for the phone would be the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra. The device is expected to be one of the first handsets to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. The phone is expected to be the first to sport a 200MP camera sensor when released as early as next month.

As long as Motorola is going all out with the specs of the Edge 30 Ultra, rumored to include its fastest charging specs with 125W fast charging with 50W wireless charging capabilities offered.
According IT Home (via Gizchina), the phone received its 3C certification in China. Chinese Compulsory Certification is a required safety inspection for most products sold in the country. The unit will carry the model number XT2251-1 and has already been approved by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. The model number XT2243-2, supposed to succeed the Motorola Edge 20 series, also receives the same approval.
As for the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra, tipster Digital Chat Station, who has made outstanding calls in the past, expects the highly-specified smartphone to feature a 6.67-inch FHD+ display with a 144Hz refresh rate. Apart from the main 200MP camera sensor, the phone will feature a 50MP sensor and a 12MP sensor. For selfies, the device will feature a 60MP sensor behind a front-facing punch hole.

Interestingly, while the 200MP image sensor comes from Samsung, it won’t be used on the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

The Motorola Edge 30 Ultra has the potential to become a legitimate challenger to the Samsung Galaxy S line. the 6th in the world.

With the spectacular specifications announced for the Edge 30 Ultra, it could be Motorola’s most important phone release since the release of the DROID in the fourth quarter of 2009. The first handset to feature Android 2.0, the DROID was arguably the iPhone’s first real competitor with features like free turn-by-turn directions. The device also gave Android a boost to become the most widely used mobile operating system in the world.