We’ve already seen renders Motorola’s upcoming Frontier flagship Android phone leak with its massive camera housing an alleged 200MP camera sensor. Now, Evan Blass is bringing us a more detailed look at the device which gives out more details on the main camera sensor. This will be a 1/1.5-inch imager with 194MP resolution and OIS.
Previous leaks suggested we’ll see Samsung’s 200MP ISOCELL HP1 sensor but it seems that will not be the case. The remaining two sensors are said to be a 50MP ultrwide snapper and a 12MP telephoto lens.
Elswhere the Frontier will pack a 6.7-inch pOLED with a 144Hz refresh rate and a Snapdragon Gen 8 1 Plus chip – an overclocked version of the current SD 8 Gen 1. The phone is expected to feature a 4,500 mAh battery with 125W wired fast charging and up to 50W wireless top ups. Motorola Frontier is rumored to launch in July which leaves plenty of time fore more leaks and rumors.
Source (private Twitter account)
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"To make it simple, there is a reason quad bayer is used" Which is marketing. That's the main reason it's used. An average consumer doesn't know much about cameras, so when they see 48,64,108,200 MP on a phone, they thin...