Motorola’s next Moto Edge 30 Ultra flagship is scheduled to be released this month. We already know it will include a triple camera with a 200 MP Samsung ISOCELL HP1 sensor, and now Chen Jin, Motorola China’s General Manager, shared a camera sample shot with the gadget.
The image was captured at 50MP resolution utilizing the sensor’s 4-in-1 pixel binning. By clicking on it, one may study it at the pixel level. It’s worth noting that the image is compressed because it was shared on Weibo. According to the executive, the 4-in-1 pixel binning is superior to the 9-in-1 enabled by 108MP phones such as the Moto G200, which was introduced earlier this year.
The Moto Edge 30 Ultra, which is likely to be sold in China as the Edge X30 Pro, will capture 50MP photos by default. The camera sample shared is almost 13 MB in size, so we can only hope that the next flagship will have enough storage for all of the beautiful shots.