Motorola Frontier leak puts 200MP camera front and center in new live image

What do you want to know

  • Motorola is expected to launch a high-end flagship smartphone later this year.
  • The device was apparently spotted in a live image, showing the 200MP main camera sensor.
  • The camera apparently uses a Samsung-built ISOCELL sensor.

Motorola recently launched the new Edge+, which overall didn’t impress, despite its modern design, high refresh rate display and handy optional smart pen. However, Motorola has something else up its sleeve, and we’ve just glimpsed its distinguishing feature.

The Motorola “Frontier” has been rumored for some time as a true flagship of the Lenovo-owned company. Rumors have indicated that the flagship sports a massive 200MP main camera, and we’ve seen renders of the device. Now a new image has emerged from Weibo (via SamMobile) showing the camera lens up close.

Motorola Frontier camera module image leak

The Motorola Frontier would be represented with a 200MP camera module, OIS and an f/2.2 aperture. (Image credit: Weibo via SamMobile)

The large sensor is quite hard to miss and looks a bit like the recently launched Xiaomi 12 Pro. You can see “200MP HP1” on the side, which seems to confirm that this is the same 200MP ISOCELL sensor that Samsung launched last year. The sensor was announced in September, but we’ve yet to see it in any of the best Android phones this year. However, everything indicates that Motorola is the first to offer the sensor when launching this phone.

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