Motorola is getting ready to launch a bunch of new smartphones. High-resolution renderings of five new yet-to-be-announced Motorola handsets have surfaced on the Web, showing off their design and few specs. The images also suggest the designs of the handsets’ camera modules. Details on the names of the phones are unknown at this time. Rumored Motorola phones are branded with codenames – Hawaii+, Dubai, Rogue, Rhode and Austin. The first three are seen with a 50-megapixel main sensor in the leaked renders. Rogue’s nickname is supposedly the codename of the Moto Edge 30 Ultra.
The new renders of Motorola phones have been shared by well-known informant Evan Blass (@evleaks).
Motorola phones codenamed Hawaii+, Dubai, Rhode and Austin are seen with a waterdrop-style notch screen to house the selfie camera. Renders of the Motorola Rogue – speculated as the Moto Edge 30 Ultra – show a change in design. It lacks the centrally placed waterdrop-style notch and is rumored to include an under-display selfie camera.
Renders of Hawaii+, Dubai, Rogue and Rhode show a dark colored back panel, while Austin’s back panel is seen with a different shade. Renders of all Motorola phones show triple rear camera units arranged in the top left corner of the handsets. The phones are seen carrying a 50-megapixel main sensor. The Motorola logo is seen on the back panel. The 4G and 5G variants of the Motorola Rhode are listed.
The Motorola Dubai is rumored to be the top offering of the five devices leaked by the whistleblower. The handset is seen with slim bezels.
So far, Motorola has not confirmed the development of any new models with the names mentioned above. The names of the final models of the phones are also not known yet. Therefore, this information should be taken with a pinch of salt.