It was reported on August 7 that at present, the industry’s first 200-megapixel flagship moto X30 Pro has been launched on e-commerce platforms, and the new phone is expected to be released on August 11.
Today, Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo China’s mobile phone business department, said that the moto X30 Pro will support 50W wireless fast charging, which is also the fastest fast charging specification in the history of Motorola mobile phones.
It is understood that in February last year, the Tenna stated in the “Interim Regulations on Radio Management of Wireless Charging (Power Transmission) Equipment (Draft for Comment)” that from January 1, 2022, all mobile and The rated transmission power of portable wireless charging devices is required to be less than 50W.
This regulation also allows mobile phone manufacturers to limit the wireless fast charging of their mobile phones to 50W.
In addition to supporting 50W wireless fast charging, the moto X30 Pro also comes standard with a 125W gallium nitride charger, which supports public protocols up to 100W output and up to 90W input public protocols.
Mobile phone charging protocols are divided into public protocols and private protocols. In short, public protocols are fast-charging protocols that everyone can choose. Mainstream protocols include USB-PD, Qualcomm QC, and MediaTek PE.
It is reported that the moto X30 Pro is equipped with a Snapdragon 8+ processor, uses a 6.67-inch screen, has a resolution of FHD+, and supports a 144Hz high refresh rate.
The new phone will be equipped with a 1/1.22-inch Samsung HP1 super-bottom sensor. The biggest feature of the sensor is 200 Megapixels, supplemented by a 50-megapixel ultra-wide-angle/macro lens and a 12-megapixel high-definition portrait lens.