Detailed Motorola Edge 50 Ultra Report Shares Core Specs of the Affordable Flagship

Motorola Edge 50 Ultra
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Motorola has already confirmed that the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra is on its way. It’s basically the expensive version of the Edge 50 Pro, which launched with the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3. But the case is different for the upcoming phone. It’s more of an affordable flagship.

As for the launch, the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra is confirmed to debut on April 16, just three days away. But if you can’t wait to learn about the core specs of the smartphone, Digital Chat Station has got your back. The credible and very well-known Weibo tipster has reported all the core specs of the smartphone.

Motorola Edge 50 Ultra Should Come with Great Specs

According to the report from Digitial Chat Station, the Edge 50 Ultra will come with a high-resolution OLED screen with a 144 Hz refresh rate. It’s expected to be a curved screen with a 1440p resolution and a punch-hole cutout on the top for the selfie camera.

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Motorola Edge 50 Ultra
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Regarding the camera, Digital Chat Station reports that the Edge 50 Ultra will feature a triple-camera setup on the back. The tipster says that the main sensor will be a 50 MP unit that will be 1/1.3-inch large. And the secondary camera is a 75 mm periscope that can offer 3.2x optical zoom for detailed close-up shots.

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There’s no info available on the third camera yet. As for the SoC, Digital Chat Station reports that it’s the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3. The good part is that Motorola has just recently confirmed the same SoC for the Edge 50 Ultra, which adds credibility to the overall report.

The other aspects shared by the report include a premium build with a metal mid-frame, 4500 mAh battery, and 125 fast wired charging support. There will be 50W wireless charging as well. All these specs are positioning the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra as a great affordable flagship. We just need to wait for the exact price.

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