Motorola could be working on a flagship cell phone, as new deliveries of an unknown handset from the organization have now surfaced on the web. These renders appear to be of a flagship smartphone, and it very well may be a similar flagship telephone whose retail box photograph was shared by Lenovo chief Chen Jin. Regardless, the renders show that the impending Motorola handset may have a quad-bended display and a punch hole pattern for the selfie camera.
Two renders of an unknown Motorola smartphone and a schematic sketch of the back have surfaced on the web. These were spotted first on Weibo, according to a report by China’s CNMO. The renders show the front of the smartphone, and it supposedly has a punch hole pattern on the top of the display. The sides are completely bent, including the top and base edges. There are no side buttons on the phone, and it is not yet clear how actual buttons will be incorporated on this handset.
The schematic sketch shows that the telephone may have a quad back camera arrangement that contains three sensors in a single line and a fourth sensor is on the side. There’s likewise a flash sitting on the opposite side. All the sensors are put inside a rectangular module on the top of the back panel. There’s no back fingerprint sensor found in the schematic sketch, implying that it might have an under-screen finger impression scanner.
In the event that this is surely the Motorola flagship smartphone that was reported for earlier, it very well may be hypothesized to be fueled by the Snapdragon 888 SoC. Reports guarantee that this telephone may have a high refresh rate with AMOLED display, alongside it has fast charging support and it also has the function of reverse charging. The retail box picture shared by Jin doesn’t offer a lot of detail, but hints that the company is soon launching a smartphone in China. It stays not yet clear whether this is a similar handset or Jin was teasing something else.