Motorola Confirmed 125W TurboPower Charging Support For Its Upcoming Edge Series’s Handset

The market recently witnessed the launch of a new smartphone from Motorola, Edge 50 Pro. Now the company is gearing up to launch a new smartphone in the Edge series whose moniker the company has not confirmed yet. It is expected to be an Edge 50 Ultra smartphone. As per the company, this new smartphone of the Edge series will be launched on 16th April. It is confirmed to be powered by a Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor. Now the company has confirmed other handset specs in an X post. As per Motorola, its upcoming Edge series handset the Edge 50 Ultra will support 125W TurboPower charging.

We saw this mentioned in the DCS’s Weibo post about the Edge 50 Ultra.  He also wrote that the Edge 50 Ultra smartphone can come with an OLED-centered single-hole curved display that offers 1.5k resolution and 144Hz refresh rate. It is said to be backed by a 4500mAh battery that can support 45W wireless charging. As we are not so far from the launch things will soon come out. This is not the sole phone in the series that has created buzz. A while ago we saw the leaked teaser video of the Edge 50 Fusion though nothing strong can be said about it due to less official information.

You can check our previous update on the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra here.

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