Motorola will host a conference today to unveil the Moto X30 Pro, the first smartphone to feature a 200MP main camera and Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 SoC.
Earlier, Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo’s mobile phone division in China, officially confirmed that the Moto X30 Pro will be equipped with a 200MP Samsung HP1 image sensor. The optical format of the sensor is 1/1.22 inches, the pixels have a size of 0.64 microns. The Samsung HP1 sensor is larger than the Sony IMX707 (1/1.28 inch) sensor found in the Xiaomi 12S Pro, but inferior to the 1-inch Sony IMX989 image sensor in the Xiaomi 12S Ultra.
The sensor supports ISOCELL 3.0 technology and the technology of combining information from adjacent pixels to capture images with a resolution of 50 and 12.5 megapixels with pixels sized 1.28 and 2.56 microns.
Chen Jin published a video, demonstrating the capabilities of the 200-megapixel camera of the Moto X30 Pro. In this video, he is at an altitude of 300 meters on the top floor of one of the twin towers in Xiamen. He takes a photograph of the landscape, and after approaching, the inscription in the sand is clearly visible, which indicates today’s date – August 2.
The Moto X30 Pro will feature the flagship Snapdragon Plus Gen 1 SoC, a 6.67-inch FHD+ display with 144Hz refresh rate and 125W fast charging.