Motorola to soon unveil a new smartphone in India on April 3rd

Recently, there was a leak of the Motorola Edge 50 Pro, which revealed some of the specs of this smartphone. Not only this, but it was also speculated that Motorola may soon announce this smartphone. The reason is that the Chinese counterpart has already teased its repackaged version, the “Moto X50 Ultra”.

Now, GSMARENA has come with a report in which they have said that Motorola India has sent them a banner with the message Save the date with a fusion of art and intelligence. The date mentioned in the banner is the 3rd of April 2024.  Apart from this, no other information was supplied to the publication from Motorola.

Motorola Edge 50 Pro has already appeared on BIS, TDRA, IMEI, and FCC certifications. It is expected that Motorola will launch this smartphone with AI capabilities.

The trailer of the Moto X50 Ultra showed that the smartphone will come with AI capabilities. In terms of processor, we may see a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor with a 12GB RAM variant. The screen size is expected to be around 6.7 inches with a 165Hz refresh rate.

Hopefully, we may hear some sort of announcement coming in from the brand soon about this smartphone.




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