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Edge 30 Neo has alleged full specs leaked days before the announcement

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The Motorola Edge 30 Neo can be presented on the 8th of September, and has now had its possible list of technical specifications leaked. Apparently, it will have a Snapdragon 695 chip and 33 W fast charging, thus positioning itself as an intermediate model.

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The informant Yogesh Brar brought the news about the model that should be revealed on the 8th of September. It can arrive with a 6.28-inch screen, with pOLED technology, Full HD+ resolution and support for a 120 Hz refresh rate — which will allow it to have a panel with more fluid movements, as well as smoother scrolling menus. .

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Another important detail is that its processor must be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695, allowing it to support 5G networks. Such a platform should be supported by 6GB or 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB or 256GB of internal storage space. In fact, it should still leave the factory with Android 12, even with Android 13 already available on the market a few weeks ago.

Edge 30 Neo would have 33W fast charging

According to the leaker, the device can bring a battery capacity of “only” 4,020 mAh, lower than the market average for smartphones in its category and also its predecessor, which is 5,000 mAh. This cell must be charged by a 33W charger, a little more powerful than the Edge 20 Lite’s 30W charger.

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Apparently, it will only have two rear cameras, a 64 MP main camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) and a 13 MP ultrawide lens. On the other hand, selfies must be the responsibility of a 32 MP sensor.

He did not provide details about the official price of the Edge 30 Neo, but to find out this information, you will have to wait for its officialization on September 8, alongside the Edge 30 Ultra, a device with a 200 MP rear camera, and the Edge 30. Fusion, a high-performance model that must be cost-effective.

Source: twitter

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