Motorola rumoured to launch 5 new phones in the market, renders leak online

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As per the renders shared by tipster Evan Blass, the Motorola phones that have been codenamed Hawaii+, Dubai, Rhode, and Austin feature waterdrop-style notch display.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Motorola is speculated to launch five new phones in the market.
  • The renders of the phones codenamed Hawaii+, Dubai, Rogue, Rhode, and Austin were shared by noted Evan Blass.
  • Motorola has not officially confirmed anything about its upcoming line-up of smartphones yet

Motorola is speculated to launch five new phones in the market. The renders of the phones codenamed Hawaii+, Dubai, Rogue, Rhode, and Austin were shared by noted tipster Evan Blass. The Hi-resolution renders reveal the complete designs of the upcoming smartphones. The phones have appeared with a triple camera setup on the rear and the design is similar tothe Moto G31, Moto G51, and the Moto G71, which were made official in the global and Indian markets recently.

As per the renders shared by tipster Evan Blass, the Motorola phones that have been codenamed Hawaii+, Dubai, Rhode, and Austin feature, a waterdrop-style notch display whereas the Motorola Rogue, which is speculated to be the Edge 30 Ultra, looks different from the other phones. It reportedly comes with an under-display selfie camera. From the looks of it, Hawaii+, Dubai, Rhode, and Austin are expected to be launched in the mid-range and budget category. However, the Motorola Rogue is expected to be slightly premium.

Although the specifications of the rumored phones were not made official, the reminders reveal that the Hawaii+, Dubai, Rogue, and Austin will come with 50-megapixel camera sensors. The Motorola logo is embossed on the rear panel. It is expected to act as a fingerprint sensor in some phones, while some could feature a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. The Motorola Dubai could be a premium device as it features slim bezels. The information is purely based on the renders provided by Evan Blass. Motorola has not officially confirmed anything about its upcoming line-up of smartphones yet, so the information should be taken a grain of salt. However, Blass is rarely wrong about the launches and he also shared the high-resolution renders,which in a way confirms that the phones could be on the way.

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