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Moto X50 Ultra Smartphone Appeared On TENAA Certification Website With Key Specs And Design Render

Motorola recently launched the Motorola Edge 50 series smartphones in the European market. The Pro version of the series has already made its debut in India while the Fusion version will make on 16th May. The Motorola Edge 50 Ultra smartphone has already appeared on India’s BIS so it is also expected to arrive soon. Amid this ongoing launch and appearance on the certification website, the Chinese division of Motorola confirmed that it will soon launch the Moto X50 Ultra in China. This is nothing but the repackaged version of the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra smartphone. The Motorola X50 Ultra has already received certification from China’s 3C and now it has been listed on TENAA certification with design render, key specifications, and more.

Moto X50 Ultra On TENAA Certification Website

The Moto X50 Ultra smartphone has appeared with the model number XT2401-2. Its design renders show a curved edge display with a punch hole cutout to house the selfie camera. The volume and power rockers rest on the right side of the smartphone’s frame. The rear side of the smartphone shows square shaped module in the top left corner. As per the TENAA listing the smartphone will weigh 197gram and dimensions will be 161.0 x 72.4 x 8.5mm.

It will feature a  6.67-inch FHD+ OLED display with 2712 X 1220 pixels resolution. It will be backed by the 4365mAh battery that can be marketed as a 4500mAh battery. It will pack 8GB/12GB/16GB/18GB RAM with 128GB/256GB/512 GB/1 TB storage. About the camera department, the listing says that the smartphone will come with a 50MP primary and 50MP secondary lens with a 64MP camera. As said this smartphone has already appeared on China 3C which confirms that the smartphone will support 125W fast charging. The company in its post has also confirmed earlier that this smartphone will be powered by Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 chipset. The launch date is yet to come but it can make its debut in China this month as it has already been teased officially.

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