The First 200-Megapixel Phone Is About To Be Released By Motorola.

 We've mentioned a few times recently that Motorola is planning to release a 200-megapixel phone in the coming months. We've talked about it so many times that it's no longer a question. One of the Weibo tipsters today claimed Samsung as saying that mobile phone manufacturers will adopt the HP1 200-megapixel sensor. Moto, of course, will be the first. Xiaomi will follow in the footsteps of Lenovo's subsidiary.

Motorola recently released a document that stated, "A new era of 200 million photographs... A new standard for image quality that isn't constrained by limitations, ushering in a new era of 200-megapixel mobile photography. "I'll be back in July." This was an official suggestion that the corporation is working on a smartphone with a resolution of 200 megapixels, which will be unveiled in July.


Motorola's 200-megapixel flagship will be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, according to prior rumors. Frontier is the codename, and we know that it will allow 125W super-fast charging.

 According to the scene, it can shoot 2.56 m at 12.5MP or 1.28 m at 50MP photographs with 4-in-1 or 16-in-1 pixel combinations.

In the meantime, the ISOCELL HP1 can capture 8K video at 30 frames per second (fps) with minimum field of vision degradation. By merging four neighboring pixels, it can reduce the resolution to 50MP or 81926144, allowing it to shoot 8K (76804320) video without cropping or downscaling the whole image resolution.

Furthermore, we already know that Motorola's next flagship features a 6.67-inch FHD+ resolution OLED screen with a 144Hz refresh rate and a single-hole curved design. The phone will include a 60MP selfie camera in the designated notch on the front.

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