It also looks like there will be a new foldable model with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip, which will be released soon.
In a post on Weibo via 9to5Google, the CEO of Lenovo, Moto’s parent company, presented a photo of a massive lens along with a message about entering a new era of mobile photography. Although the post doesn’t shed much light on potential specs, it does mention a 200 MP sensor, suggesting the use of Samsung’s ISOCELL HP1, which was originally announced last fall.
Recently, a lot of Moto phones, including the $ 1,000 Edge +, have struggled with low light photography, typically capturing blurry or underexposed images than rival phones. And while the ISOCELL HP1 supports an impressive 16x pixel binning technique that allows a 200 MP sensor to capture a 12.5 MP image with improved light sensitivity, Motorola’s processing will still produce a clear final image. and well lit.
Moto is working on several products
Current rumors claim that Moto’s future 200 MP phone could be Frontier, which was seen in January by TechnikNews. The phone is expected to feature a triple camera module with a huge main lens, along with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip, fast charging of 125 watts and a 6.67-inch OLED display with a refresh rate of 144 Hz. Unfortunately, this is all speculation at the moment.
Speaking of Qualcomm’s new chip phones, in a separate post on Weibo, Motorola also talked about another future device – this time a foldable one – that will have a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip. Although it’s too early to tell. Certainly all indications are that this device is the long-awaited Razr 3, which is good news for fans of flippy phones, as the previous Razr was somewhat neglected since the last refresh at the end of 2020.