Motorola has the custom of officializing Western models in the Chinese market under another name. The Motorola One, for example, landed there as Motorola P30.
In May we had the announcement of the Motorola One Vision, a curious model with a 21: 9 screen and hole in the display to house the front camera, in addition to being the first of the brand to use a Samsung Exynos processor, more precisely the 9610.
Recently we’ve seen rumors pointing to the possibility of him arriving in China as Motorola P50, and now we see more information pointing to that possibility.
Lenovo vice president Chang Cheng used his official profile on the Weibo social network to share a short-lived promotional video featuring the P50 and its key specs, virtually confirming that they are the same device.
- Chipset: Samsung Exynos 9609
- Processor: Octa-core up to 2.2GHz
- GPU: Mali-G72 MP3
- RAM: 4GB
- Internal Storage: 128GB
- External storage: microSD up to 512GB
- Screen: IPS LCD Full HD + 6.3 with 21: 9 ratio
- Front Camera: 25MP f / 2.0
- Rear Camera: 48MP f / 1.7 + 5MP f / 2.2
- Battery: 3.500 mAh
- Operating system: ZUI based on Android 9.0 Foot
According to the video, the device will be released on July 15 in the country. With luck, its official price should be more competitive than the international market. One of the main differences should be the interface, which will change Lenovo’s standard operating system look for ZUI.