The Motorola Razr 2022 and Moto X30 Pro will launch in China on August 2, Motorola revealed in a Weibo post. The Lenovo-owned company previously teased the foldable smartphone in black and it was speculated to come with dual rear cameras and an LED flash. On the other hand, the Moto X30 Pro is equipped with a 200-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HP1 sensor. Motorola also teased the debut of the myui 4.0 operating system, which will ship with the Motorola Razr 2022 and Moto X30 Pro phones.
Motorola Razr 2022, Moto X30 Pro launch
According to mail Motorola on Weibo, Motorola Razr 2022 and Moto X30 Pro will be unveiled in China on August 2 at an event scheduled for 19:30 local time (17:00 EST). In a separate mail, Motorola has announced that its myui 4.0 will also debut on both of these phones. The new user interface is said to offer “new visuals, a comprehensive update, and intuitive interaction.”
Specifications Motorola Razr 2022
The company has already teased the Motorola Razr 2022 and it could have a black tint as well as a dual rear camera and LED flash. Leaks suggest the smartphone could arrive in Quartz Black and Tranquil Blue color options. It is speculated to come with an AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The main screen is said to have a Full HD+ resolution and an aspect ratio of 20:9.
Motorola Razr 2022 is expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC. It may come with a 50MP dual rear camera and may include a 32MP Omnivision sensor on the front.
Specifications Moto X30 Pro
The Moto X30 Pro can be equipped with a 200MP Samsung ISOCELL HP1 sensor that uses 50MP 4-in-1 binning to produce 200MP images. It may be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. It is expected to pack a 5,000mAh battery with support for 125W fast charging. The phone may have a 5,000mAh battery with support for 125W fast charging. It is expected to feature a 6.67-inch HD+ OLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate. It is expected to come in two RAM and storage configurations – 8GB RAM + 128GB storage and 12GB RAM + 256GB storage.
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