The Motorola P50 will become official later this week. The one who secured it was Lenovo vice president Chang Cheng after sharing a poster on the Weibo social network with the main specs of the device.
The poster is in Chinese, but reveals that the 6.39-inch screen of the smartphone will have a 21: 9 aspect ratio. That is, it will be a tall smartphone, well in the style of the already launched Motorola One Vision.
What we took from the poster:
- 6.39 inch Full HD + display with 21: 9 aspect ratio
- DCI-P3 color gamut, showing a wider range of colors
- 48 megapixel main camera + secondary sensor
- 25 megapixel front camera with HDR and AI (artificial intelligence)
- Rear biometric sensor
- Dolby Digital Sound
- 4G VoLTE
- 128GB of storage
- Bluetooth 5.0
- Colors: Blue and Brown
P50 screen aspect ratio follows cinema standards
Looking at its specifications, this will be a device focused on delivering the user a good multimedia consumer experience. The 21: 9 aspect ratio screen will offer a better movie-making experience. If we add to that the Dolby sound bet, this will be a great device for multimedia consumption.
The front camera is housed in its hole on the left side of the screen. Although it will be an obstructive element initially, it will be something that over time your buyers will get used to.
Specifications are similar to Motorola One Vision
The Motorola One launched in 2018, was launched in Chinese territory as Motorola P30. Given the similarities of this device with Motorola One Vision, the company may repeat the same this year.
Judging by the already launched One Vision, this P50 will have the Samsung Exynos 9609 processor, and will be equipped with 4GB of RAM. The second camera will be 5 megapixels, and will be equipped with a 3500mAh battery with 15W fast charging. Instead of having Android One, it will come with ZUI, the mask of Motorola.
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