Motorola: The Brazen Three Will Be Released On September 8th

Motorola: The Brazen

Motorola is currently inviting press people from all over the world to a launch event on September 8 in Milan. The event’s slogan is “Find your edge.” There, they want to show us three new smartphones. They don’t want to tell us their names yet, but we already know what they are. So far, “the bold three” have shown up in China as Moto X30 Pro, Moto S30 Pro, and Moto Razr 2022. Now they are calling themselves something else.

Three Unknowns Have Long Been Known

After all, Germany’s next biggest leaker, Roland Quandt, was the one who told us about the test subjects and what their global name was. He did this through his Twitter account. We’re talking about the Moto X30 Pro, the Moto S30 Pro, and the Moto Razr 2022 folding phone, which were all shown in China. The only one that will keep its name is the one that folds into a square. I would have liked for this to be called the Motorola Razr 3. The top model with 200 MP will be called the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra when it comes out worldwide, and the Moto S30 Pro wants to be called the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion. I know it’s hard to understand, but it’s the thing to do right now.

The Brazen Three Releases Globally On September 8th

The editorial team for GO2mobile has now been invited to a meeting on September 8th in Milan. There, they want to show the world’s press three smartphones that are still “unknown” under the slogan “Find your edge.” As much technical information as possible should be known from the presentation in China. In other words, two of the three will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 octa-core SoC (System on a Chip) built in, and the third will have a Snapdragon 888+ octa-core processor made using the 5-nanometer process. The Motorola Edge 30 Fusion’s graphics are handled by the Adreno 660 GPU (Graphics Processing Unit).

If Motorola changes anything else about the Brazen 3, it’s likely to be the way the memory is set up. But what we really want to know is if the Lenovo subsidiary in Germany also keeps the cheap “China prices.” Because then, as far as I can tell at this point, Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip4 will be in big trouble.