Motorola will host a conference today in order to unveil the Moto X30 Pro. This smartphone is the first to have a 200MP main cam and the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 SoC.
Chen Jin, the general manager of Lenovo’s mobile phone division, China, confirmed earlier that the Moto X30 Pro would be equipped with a 200MP Samsung H1 image sensor. The sensor’s optical format is 1/1.22 inches. The pixels are 0.64 microns in size. The Samsung HP1 sensor is bigger than the Sony IMX707 (1.28 inches) sensor found in Xiaomi 12S Pro but smaller than the Sony IMX989 image sensors in the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, which measures 1-inch.
The sensor supports ISOCELL 3.0 technology, which combines information from adjacent pixels to create images with a resolution 50 and 12.5 Megapixels. These pixels are 1.28 and 2.56 microns respectively.
Chen Jin uploaded a video showing the Moto X30 Pro’s 200MP camera. He is located at 300m above the ground on the top floor one of the twin towers of Xiamen. After taking a photo of the landscape, he approaches the inscription in sand that clearly shows the date, August 2.
The flagship Snapdragon Plus will be featured on the Moto X30 Pro