Motorola will hold a new product launch conference on August 2. The protagonists of this time are two Snapdragon 8+ flagships, one of which is called the Motorola X30 Pro.
As we all know, for Android flagship phones, cooling capacity is an important reference indicator for performance output. An excellent cooling system can make the performance output of Snapdragon 8+ stronger and more durable.
This afternoon, Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo’s China Mobile Phone Business Department, announced that the moto X30 Pro is equipped with a large-area heat sink of nearly 20,000mm², and uses a unique large-cycle steam runway as the other side of the Snapdragon 8+, which is claimed to be better than natural leaf veins. a little.
As can be seen from the promotional image, the overall design of the moto X30 Pro is similar to the heat dissipation of the leaf veins on the Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra. It can quickly transfer high-temperature liquid through a small water tank and circulate continuously to cool the core area.
Previously, Xiaomi demonstrated the heat dissipation effect of leaf veins through intuitive experiments. It can quickly cool the core area of the mobile phone through the liquid circulation brought by the water tank. After the 12S series was launched, it also received a lot of praise. Achieve similar excellent results and further improve performance.
In addition to the very similar cooling system, the positioning of the Motorola X30 Pro is also similar to that of the Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra. It is also a flagship model that focuses on images. It will be the first to be equipped with a 200-megapixel main camera, with a 1/1.22 outsole and a unit pixel. The area is 0.64μm and supports ChameleonCell pixel synthesis.
In the morning, Chen Jin also posted a real shot of the phone, which looks good overall.
Of course, the most important thing is the price. Motorola, as the biggest “roll king” in the mobile phone market in the past two years, may set the price limit to refresh the Snapdragon 8+, which is worth looking forward to.