Moto X50 Ultra with 125W wired charging passed 3C certification

Moto X50 Ultra

The highly anticipated Moto X50 Ultra has recently passed the China Compulsory Certification (3C) process, paving the way for its imminent release in the Chinese market. This latest development provides a glimpse into the impressive specifications and features that this flagship smartphone from Motorola will offer.

Moto X50 Ultra

Certification Details

According to the 3C certification, the Moto X50 Ultra, bearing the model number XT2401-2, has been produced by Motorola (Wuhan) Mobile Technology Communications Co., Ltd. The certification, which was granted on April 30, 2024, confirms that the device supports up to 125W wired fast charging.

The certification also reveals that the Moto X50 Ultra has already received radio approval and network access from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, indicating that the device is ready for listing and commercial release.

The China Compulsory Certification (CCC), also known as 3C, is a mandatory product certification scheme in China that applies to a wide range of products imported or sold in the Chinese market. The CCC mark is required for products that pose risks to human health, safety, animal and plant life, or the environment.

The CCC certification process involves several steps, including product testing at accredited laboratories in China, factory inspections, and the submission of technical documentation. The process can take 12-16 weeks for product approval and up to a year or more from application to final approval. The CCC certification is administered by the China National Certification and Accreditation Administration (CNCA) and is based on Chinese national standards. These are often aligned with international standards.

Design and Display

The Moto X50 Ultra is expected to share a similar design with the recently launched Moto Edge 50 Ultra. This means the device will feature a curved OLED display with a centered single-hole punch cutout for the front-facing camera.

Moto X50 Ultra

The display is said to offer a 144Hz refresh rate and a resolution of 2712 x 1220 pixels, delivering a smooth and immersive viewing experience. Additionally, the display is capable of reaching a peak brightness of 2500 nits, ensuring excellent visibility even in bright outdoor conditions.

Processor and Performance

Under the hood, the Moto X50 Ultra is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor, Qualcomm’s latest flagship chipset. This powerful processor with the device’s top hardware, should provide users with exceptional performance. Users will also get swift responsiveness in various tasks, from gaming to multitasking.

Camera Setup

The Moto X50 Ultra is set to feature a versatile camera setup, similar to the Moto Edge 50 Ultra. The rear camera array should include a 50MP primary camera. There will also be a 64MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom, and a 50MP ultra-wide-angle camera. On the front, the device will be equipped with a 50MP selfie camera, ensuring high-quality images and video calls.

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Battery and Charging

One of the standout features of the Moto X50 Ultra is its impressive fast charging capabilities. The 3C certification confirms that the device supports up to 125W wired fast charging. This rapid charging technology allows the device to go from 0% to 100% in just 23 minutes. This ensures that users can quickly top up their battery when they need to.

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In addition to the 125W wired charging, the Moto X50 Ultra should also support 50W wireless and 10W reverse charging. These should provide users with multiple convenient charging options.

AI Capabilities

Motorola has positioned the Moto X50 Ultra as an “AI phone,” suggesting that the device will incorporate advanced artificial intelligence features and capabilities. While the specific details of these AI-powered functionalities have not been disclosed, users can expect the Moto X50 Ultra to offer enhanced user experiences, improved camera performance, and potentially even intelligent automation features.

Availability and Pricing

The Moto X50 Ultra is expected to be released in China in May 2024, following its 3C certification. As the brand’s first AI-focused flagship smartphone, the Moto X50 Ultra is likely to be a premium offering. It should compete with other top-tier Android devices in the market.

The exact pricing information is not yet in the public space. However, the Moto X50 Ultra’s top specifications and features, suggest that it will have a flagship pricing. Potential buyers in China will need to keep a close eye on Motorola’s official announcements and local market availability.


The Moto X50 Ultra’s successful 3C certification is a significant milestone for Motorola. The company looks to make a strong comeback in the flagship smartphone segment. The available specs so far look impressive. This includes the 125W wired fast charging and AI-powered features. With these features, the Moto X50 Ultra should offer a compelling alternative to top brands in the high-end Android market. At the moment, only flagship Android devices support up to 125W fast charging. This means that this device will get a full charge in less than 30 minutes.

As the device prepares for its launch in China, consumers and tech enthusiasts will eagerly anticipate it. No doubt, its launch will also give Moto lovers more options in the flagship market. The Moto X50 Ultra’s combines cutting-edge hardware, advanced charging technology, and AI-enhanced capabilities. This could also make it a formidable contender in the competitive smartphone landscape.

Furthermore, the 3C certification is not the only certification that this device has received. In addition to 3C, the Moto X50 Ultra also has radio approval and network access by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. With these three approvals, this mobile phone is certainly ready to hit the market. From all indications, this device will launch later this month and it will be Moto’s first AI phone. 

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