Motorola To Launch Ultra Flagship With Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus

Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 plus

Previously, there was a unique trend in the smartphone market, when the manufacturers were launching devices with monster-size screens. As a result, we saw the so-called Note series smartphones at various brands. But now, there is another trend – the same companies sacrifice the thinness of smartphones for the benefit of hardware. Due to it, the current handsets perform quite well and smoothly, charge faster, have large batteries, and are capable of taking outstanding photos. But all these features can be found on one handset, only if it is the so-called Ultra model. In fact, there are a few Ultra-titled premium smartphones on the market. They have a goal to show the real potential of the brand. Well, now, it turns out that many Ultra smartphones are on the way and will hit the market in the second half of the year. As you guess, if not all, then the vast majority will use the more stable TSMC process Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus chip.


Motorola Ultra Phone Features

Today, a well-known Weibo blogger talked about Motorola’s Ultra smartphone, saying that this handset will come with an SM8475 chip. Also, it won’t sport a 200MP Samsung HP1 CMOS as rumored earlier. According to the latest leaks, it is a 194MP sensor with a 1/1.5″ unit size. Also, the handset will sport a 6.67″ FHD+ screen with a 144Hz refresh rate and a centered single-hole design. On the edges, the screen will have a noticeable curvature. Other than that, the battery capacity will be 4500mAh. This is common for similar phones. But what’s more interesting, the handset will support 125W wired and 50/30W wireless fast charging. Looking at these features, there is every reason to think that the Motorola Ultra smartphone will cost around 3000-4000 Yuan ($474 – $632).

From the perspective of hardware planning alone, Motorola’s super-sized Ultra model has reached the top level in the industry. At the stage where the starting price of the Ultra flagship is around 5,000 yuan ($790), it can perform quite well and be very competitive.

It is worth mentioning that Motorola has previously launched a smartphone powered by the Samsung-made Snapdragon 8 processor. And there is no reason to doubt that this time it wouldn’t use a TSMC processor.

In addition, the Motorola Edge X30 under-screen camera version released years ago will also be launched in the near future. Its biggest highlight will be the 60-megapixel front camera cleverly hidden under the screen.

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