There have been many reports recently regarding Motorola releasing three new smartphones. The Edge 50 Pro and Moto X50 Ultra, which will initially launch in China and India, respectively, have been officially unveiled by the firm. It seems that the Edge 50 Pro and Moto X50 Ultra would be variations of the same smartphone based on prior Motorola releases, such as the Edge 40 Pro. To put things in perspective, the business has already stated that the latter would be among the first gadgets to use the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3, a flagship processor Qualcomm unveiled earlier this week and is currently accessible through the Xiaomi CIVI 4 Pro.

Furthermore, there has been proof that Motorola is working on Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 and Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 smartphones. Remarkably, Motorola has disclosed that the Edge 50 Pro would be powered by the former, which aligns with a recent Geekbench leak. As a result, the Edge 50 Pro will face off against OnePlus’s Nord CE 4, which is scheduled for release on April 1.

In contrast, Motorola has recently stated that the Edge 50 Pro will, as previously anticipated, launch on April 3. In addition, the company plans to offer a 6.7-inch pOLED display with 1.5K and 144 Hz resolution, 50 W wireless charging, and 125 W wired charging to go along with the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3. In addition, three Android OS updates—three more than its predecessor—will be sent to the Edge 50 Pro until Android 17. Unfortunately, Motorola would continue lag far behind its competitors, like as Google and Samsung, even after three OS upgrades.

Topics #Android 17 #Edge 50 Pro #Motorola #Release Date #Snapdragon 7 Gen 3