Lenovo 5G mobile phone “Odin” exposure: equipped with Snapdragon 8150, will be late Moto4?
Speaking of the MoteZ series, as early as June 2016, Lenovo officially released the flagship mobile phone Motorola Moto Z series and the expansion module Moto Mods at the second global technology innovation conference held in Silicon Valley. Since then, this product line has released Z2 Play and Z3 Play. Later, Lenovo directly developed the 5GMod expansion module for Moto Z3, which means that the MotoZ3 with 5GMod module became the first mobile phone to truly support 5G communication.
Of course, such a solution is only Lenovo’s muscles in the 5G program. Lenovo has already prepared a new machine for the 5G communication without the need to load modules – the new flagship of the Moto Z series codenamed “Odin”. As a flagship model, Lenovo is not ready to carry the Qualcomm 845 processor that is commonly used today (previously Lenovo has publicly stated that the Snapdragon 845 can not meet the requirements of the new flagship of the MotoZ series), so MotoZ4 has not appeared in this year.
According to foreign media XDA broke the news, Lenovo’s new machine codenamed “Odin” will take the next 7nm process processor 8150 of 骁龙 (It is reported that Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 processor has 1 super core, 3 big core, 4 small core The three-cluster CPU architecture) XDA also revealed that the MotoZ4 tester configuration is a 4GB+32GB memory combination and will be pre-installed with Android 9.0, which implies a key message: the production version of MotoZ4 is likely to pre-install Android 9. 0 plus gestures.
Then, in terms of configuration, MotoZ4 will continue the modular design of the Moto Z3 (although 5G does not require modules), and it seems that only the 5G network of US operator Verizon can be used. In addition, Z4 chose the 5G solution to cooperate with Qualcomm Xiaolong‘s X50 modem for 5G communication, but US operator Verizon has used Moto Z3 and unreleased 5G Moto Mod for the first 5G data transmission test, and indeed reached 5G. Transmission rate standard. It seems that MotoZ4 is not far from us.