Motorola is planning to launch four Edge-branded smartphones, according to a major leak. They are internally known as Sierra, Berlin, Berlin NA, and Kyoto, and the original source, Technik News, has now provided us with some additional information about the Berlin and Berlin NA cameras.
Both handsets are expected to have 32-megapixel OmniVision OV32B40 selfie cameras, while the main camera on the back will have a 108-megapixel S4KHM2 sensor for the vanilla Berlin and a 108-megapixel S5KHM2 sensor for the Berlin NA. Both sensors are manufactured by Samsung.
For ultrawide, Berlin would use a 16MP OmniVision OV16A10 sensor paired with an 8MP depth sensor. An interesting pick for a depth sensor. Anyway, the Berlin NA would have to settle for an 8MP ultrawide camera from Samsung (the sensor in question is S5K4H7) and the depth sensor is said to be 2MP.
Kyoto’s camera specifications were announced a few days ago, and the phone is expected to use the same 108-megapixel S4KHM2 Samsung unit for its main camera, as well as the ultrawide and depth sensors from the Berlin NA. However, the report does not specify whether a 16-megapixel or 32-megapixel camera will be placed on the front.
Unfortunately, we don’t have any additional information to go on, but Kyoto is expected to be the family’s Lite model, while Berlin and Sierra will replace the Edge and Edge+ from last year.