Moto X50 Ultra: TENAA Listing Reveals RAM & Storage Options

Moto X50 Ultra: TENAA Listing Reveals RAM & Storage Options

The Moto Edge 50 Ultra made its global debut last month and is set to be released in China as the Moto X50 Ultra. Recent sightings on the 3C platform showcased the device's impressive 125W charging capability, and now it has surfaced on the TENAA certification website, shedding light on crucial details such as RAM and storage configurations. Lenovo, the brand owner, has yet to disclose the X50 Ultra's official launch date.

Moto X50 Ultra on TENAA

The Moto X50 Ultra, identified by the model number XT2401-2 on the TENAA platform, showcases a curved display featuring a centrally positioned punch-hole cutout. The camera module adopts a square design housing two 50MP sensors and a 64MP lens, potentially serving as a periscope unit.

Key Specifications Revealed

According to the certification site, the Moto X50 Ultra will sport a 6.67-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1,220 x 2,712 pixels. Under the hood, it will be equipped with an octa-core 3.19GHz processor, specifically the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3, a detail already verified by the brand. The device will offer RAM options ranging from 8GB to 18GB, along with storage choices of 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB. TENAA lists the battery capacity at 4,365mAh, slightly smaller than the Edge 50 Ultra's battery, which might be marketed as 4,500mAh on the X50 Ultra.

Motorola has hinted at the inclusion of AI features in the upcoming X50 Ultra, although the specifics of these features are yet to be unveiled. It is anticipated that these AI capabilities will be a distinguishing factor between the Chinese and global variants.

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