Motorola Nio Appears in ‘Sky’ Color With a Quad Rear Camera Setup in Leaked Pictures

Motorola Nio Appears in ‘Sky’ Color With a Quad Rear Camera Setup in Leaked Pictures

Pictures of the Motorola Nio have reportedly surfaced online, showing the design and color variants of the upcoming phone. A tipster has seen the live image of the Motorola device in the codename, Nio ‘, which has been in the news for quite some time. The quad rear camera setup with flash is given below the sensor in the phone. It can have a 64-megapixel primary sensor. On the front, the Motorola Nio features a dual-punch hole screen as per the pictures.

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Photographs were shown on Weibo by Nils Ahrensmeier (@ NilsArde) and published on The Voice. The Motorola Nio appears in a color that Tipper calls ‘Sky’. There will also reportedly be a ‘Beryl’ version of the Motorola phone.

On the right, the Motorola Nio has a volume button and a power and fingerprint sensor button, as seen in the photos. ’64MP’ and ‘Audio zoom’ are the keywords under the quad rear camera setup on the back panel of the smartphone.

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In a photo where the front panel with the phone’s settings appears, it says ‘Motorola Edge Plus’, suggesting that the device in the photo may be a prototype. Tipster says that there is a possibility that the Motorola phone’s codename ‘Nio’ may be the rumored Motorola Edge S, something that has been speculated in recent reports.

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According to a report, the Motorola Nio Android 11 can run out-of-the-box and display a full-HD + (1,080×2,520 pixels). The Nio has been tipped to come with 12GB of RAM. A recent report states that the smartphone will come with a 105Hz display refresh rate. The Motorola branded phone codename ‘Nio’ is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 865 SoC.

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