Lenovo China General Manager teased the launch of a new Motorola smartphone powered by the Snapdragon 8xx SoC on Monday. He did not disclose his identity, but his Weibo post revealed the phone’s branding as Motorola Edge S.
Tipster Digital Chat Station announced that “a new 8-series flagship chip” is in the works, but the leaker disclosed no information about the chipset’s specifications or availability.
The Motorola Edge S may be a rebranded version of the forthcoming Snapdragon 800 series SoC Moto G system that has been in the news as Motorola Nio for a while (XT2125). With a dual punch-hole cutout and an unusual 105Hz refresh rate, this smartphone is said to flaunt an FHD+ (1080 x 2520 pixels) display.
It will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset paired with 8GB RAM, according to a Geekbench page. This indicates that the Snapdragon 800 series’s unannounced chip could be based on the flagship SoC of last year. Also, as the overclocked version in Snapdragon 865+ already exists, the latest chipset may be an underclocked model.
This device’s other leaked specs include a 64MP (primary) + 16MP (ultra-wide) + 2MP (depth) triple rear camera setup, a dual front camera setup of 16MP (primary + 8MP (ultra-wide), 8GB/12GB RAM, 256GB internal storage, and Android 11.
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