New Motorola flagship device set to arrive later this year, in July probably
It is finally out in the open that Motorola’s soon-to-be flagship will feature a 200 MP front-facing camera. Motorola is expected to unveil its new flagship later this year. The leak has been attributed to a spotted live image showing 200 MP primary camera sensors. It is reported that the sensor is probably the ISOCELL sensor built by Samsung.
The latest launch by Motorola, the new Edge+, had been declared a dud and failed to impress the users despite its ultra-modern looks, high refresh rate display, and a handy optional Smart Stylus. However, Motorola seems to leave its best for a later time, and we have just got a glimpse of it.
For some time, the Lenovo-owned company has brought out something big, and “Frontier” has been rumored for some time as a true flagship. There were rumors that the flagship product would feature a massive 200 MP camera. In the latest leak, a new image has emerged from Weibo (via) showing off the camera lens up close.
Motorola Frontier might sweep off Motorola Edge+ disappointment
The giant sensor is a giveaway akin to the recently launched Xiaomi 12 Pro. However, on the side, the printed “200MP HP1” reveals that it is a 200MP ISOCELL sensor that Samsung unveiled last year. The sensor has not been seen in any other premium smartphones, and hence it can be safely declared that Motorola will be the first to feature the sensor in its smartphone.
Motorola is expected to launch the Frontier line of smartphones sometime in July. However, it is unclear which niche the smartphone will be marketed to.
The device is believed to feature a 6.67-inch OLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, a 4,500mAh battery with 125W charging, and up to 12GB and 256GB of RAM and storage. Besides the giant 200MP camera, the device is also expected to feature a 50MP ultra wide-angle sensor and a 12MP telephoto.
Motorola would surely like to get over the disappointment of the Motorola Edge+ (2022), and the Motorola Frontier will help raise its falling reputation as the maker of high-end devices.