The market for large smartphone camera sensors is expanding. Xiaomi recently released a device with the largest sensor available, and now Motorola is following suit. The X30 Pro is reportedly expected to include a 1/1.22-inch image sensor for its main camera, according to supply chain reports. The company aims to provide a professional grade smartphone camera experience with their next flagship model.
Moto X30 Pro Specifications
A few weeks ago, rumours about the camera sensor began to circulate online. Today, Chen Jin, the general manager of Lenovo (the parent company of Motorola), turned to Weibo to confirm the rumours. Motorola will become the second smartphone manufacturer to use a big primary sensor on their flagship smartphone this year with the release of the X30 Pro. Although the sensor is smaller than the Sony IMX989 1-inch sensor Xiaomi utilised in the 12S Ultra, it is still regarded as very large when compared to other competitors.
Motorola is placing a lot of faith in the X30 Pro’s camera experience, considering the fact their previous generation of flagship models didn’t truly wow users in this area. According to reports, the X30 Pro’s triple rear camera system uses three different focal lengths, including a 35mm wide-angle lens, a 50mm conventional portrait lens, and an 85mm lens. Each of these three lenses is utilised for portrait and street photography in mainstream photography, and a larger aperture also provides a shallower depth of field.
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Other key specifications on the smartphone include the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, a 6.67-inch FHD+ OLED panel with 144Hz refresh rate, 4,500mAh battery with support for 125W fast charging, Android 12 with MyUX on top, and a 60MP selfie camera, among others.