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Motorola working on five smartphones; codenames and renders leaked

10 February 2022 0

We know that Motorola is set to launch a new Edge-series smartphone in the next couple of weeks. A new leak has emerged revealing that it has five more smartphones under development for a release this year. Evan Blass aka @evleaks, a well-known tipster, has tweeted internal codenames and rendered images for each of these phones.

The first tipped phone is Motorola "Hawaii+" which is claimed to sport an OLED display. The render shows that the panel will have a punch-hole in the center. There is a triple camera setup on the back within a rectangular-ish module. It has the Motorola logo on the center of the back and the company's name at the bottom.

Motorola Hawaii+

The other two models are codenamed "Dubai" and "Rogue". The first one has a centered punch-hole display and a 50-megapixel triple rear camera setup. The second one also has 50-megapixel triple rear cameras but it does not have a punch-hole. Instead, it is claimed to have an under-display camera. The placement of Motorola's logo is also different as it is in the bottom left corner for some reason.

Motorola Dubai and Rogue

The last two leaked phones are Motorola Rhode and Motorola Austin. The "Rhode" is claimed to be available in both 4G LTE and 5G network options. It has a centered punch-hole display and 50-megapixel triple rear cameras. It is shown in four color options that appear to be Black, White, Silver, and Gray. The "Austin" also looks similar in terms of design and leaked features. There are currently no words on the pricing and availability details.

Motorola Rhode and Austin



Motorola working on five smartphones; codenames and renders leaked
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