Renders show Motorola Edge 30 Ultra with 60 megapixel front camera

Renders of the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra, an upcoming high-end phone from Lenovo, have surfaced. The phone is said to have a 60-megapixel front-facing camera, which is the highest resolution for a phone’s selfie camera to date.

The front camera is located in a centered hole in the screen, 91Mobiles reports based on information from OnLeaks. It is probably an Omnivision OV60A, a camera sensor for telephone with pixels of 0.61 microns. As a result, the optical size of the sensor is 1/2.33″, approximately 22 square millimeters.

The phone is rumored to have an Omnivision OV50A on the back, a 1/1.5″ sensor with a maximum resolution of fifty megapixels. The secondary camera with ultra-wide angle lens is said to be a sensor from Samsung’s JN1 series. The only known model in it is an S5KJN1, a 50-megapixel sensor with pixels of 0.64 microns in size, which is good for a 1/2.8″ optical size. The third lens would be a depth sensor.

The phone would also have a 6.6 “OLED screen with a refresh rate of 120Hz. According to OnLeaks, the soc is a Snapdragon 898 from Qualcomm, combined with 8GB or 12GB of Lpddr5x memory and 128GB or 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage. The housing measuring 163.1×76.5×8.8mm has an IP52 rating for limited resistance to water and dust. The housing houses a 5000mAh battery, which can be charged via the USB-C port. No. The device would be available in some countries as a Moto Edge X.

It is still unknown when the device should be released. Qualcomm will probably announce the Snapdragon 898 in three weeks. The first devices with such new SOCs usually appear in the first months of the new year.