Earlier this month, Motorola launched the X30 Pro and S30 Pro for the Chinese market. As a member of the Edge lineup, these phones are anticipated to see a broader distribution. Here is a sneak preview of Motorola Edge 30 Fusion, which should be the Moto S30 Pro’s counterpart.
The Snapdragon 888+ processor was identified by the code name “Tundra”, which was also used in a Geekbench result that appeared prior to the official release. The phone does seem to be identical, but it’s unclear whether there will be specification changes to match the new name.
The phone comes with a 50MP primary camera, which has a 1/1.55” sensor with 1.0μm pixels, a 2.0μm pixel size with binning and optical image stabilization (OIS). Also note the Dolby Atmos label on top. The S30 Pro also carries a 13MP ultrawide camera (1.12μm) and a 2MP depth shooter on the back, furthermore a 32MP selfie camera on the front.
The display has sides that are curved to a 53-degree angle and is a 6.55” P-OLED panel (144Hz, FHD+). The 4,400mAh battery with 68W fast charging (0-50% in 10 minutes) is another outstanding feature.
Motorola has not indicated a release date for the Moto 30 Fusion. Other versions are also being developed, such as the X30 Pro-based device (obviously), the Edge 30 Neo (seen in the Geekbench with Snapdragon 695) and the Edge (2022) (some renders leaked previously).
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