Moto X30 Pro Heat Dissipation Challenge Xiaomi 12S Ultra’s System

Moto X30 Pro Heat Dissipation

Moto X30 Pro Heat Dissipation

Motorola’s official cell phone microblogging finally announced the release date: 2nd August for its new Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 powered phones. The protagonist is Moto X30 Pro with a 200MP main camera and Moto Razr 2022 foldable display phone. Both will also be pre-installed with MyUI 4.0.

The Moto X30 Pro will also carry the first ever 200 megapixels sensor as the main camera lens, which is also the first time 200MP appeared on a mass-produced phone. It seems that the phone pixel this time also to the head, the machine’s appearance chart has been also shared along with two new camera samples.

As we all know, at present for Android flagships, heat dissipation ability is an important reference indicator for performance output. An excellent heat dissipation system can make the performance output of Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 stronger and more durable.

Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo’s cell phone business in China, announced that Moto X30 Pro heat dissipation comes with a nearly 20,000mm² large area heat sink and a unique large circulation steam runway as the other side of Snapdragon 8+ Gen1, which is claimed to be a little better than natural leaf veins.

As you can see from the promotional image, the overall design of the Moto X30 Pro is similar to the leaf vein heat sink on Xiaomi 12S Ultra, which can quickly transfer the hot liquid through a small sink and continuously circulate it to cool down the core area.

In addition, the Moto X30 Pro features a 6.67-inch FHD+ 144Hz OLED single-hole curved screen and supports 125W wired fast charging and 30/50W wireless fast charging. On the back of the device is a matrix camera module with three cameras: a 200MP main camera, a 50MP lens, and a 12MP lens.

The most important thing is still the price, Motorola as the biggest “volume king” in the cell phone market in these two years, may come out again to refresh the Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 price limit, worth looking forward to.

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