Motorola S50 Neo: 120Hz AMOLED & 50MP dual camera

Motorola gears up to launch the Moto S50 Neo, featuring a 120Hz AMOLED display, a 50MP dual camera system, and an impressive 4-year warranty.

Motorola Drops the Moto S50 Neo: A 120Hz AMOLED Dream with Killer Cameras (But It's Only in China...For Now)

Motorola's been busy bees this year, dropping a whole hive of mid-range smartphones, especially in the Moto G series. They even spiced things up with additions to the Edge 50 lineup like the Edge 50 Fusion. But now they've really grabbed our attention with the Moto S50 Neo, a phone that looks strikingly similar to the Edge 2023 (curr. $349.99 on Amazon) at first glance.

Moto S50 Neo
Hold up! This mid-range beauty is only available in China for now. (Image source: Motorola)

Here's the catch: for now, the Moto S50 Neo is a China exclusive. Word on the street is it's the Chinese twin of the forthcoming Moto G85.

So what makes this phone special? How about a buttery-smooth 120Hz AMOLED display? That's right, this 6.67-inch beauty boasts a 92.7% screen-to-body ratio that's practically all screen. And it's not just gorgeous, it's tough too – Corning Gorilla Glass 5 keeps it safe from scratches and drops. Oh, and did we mention it has a 1600-nit brightness mode? That's right, this mid-ranger can light up like a Christmas tree.

But it's not just about looks. Under the hood, Motorola's packing some serious power with Qualcomm's brand new Snapdragon 6s Gen 3 chipset, along with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM to keep things running smooth as silk. And that massive 5,000 mAh battery? Get ready to say goodbye to battery anxiety.

Hold on, because the camera setup is about to blow you away. The S50 Neo rocks a 32MP selfie camera for all your social media needs. But the real star of the show is the triple camera system on the back: an 8MP ultra-wide lens, a 50MP main camera with a Sony IMX882 sensor (because everyone loves Sony quality), and a dedicated depth sensor to make those portraits pop.

The Moto S50 Neo officially launches in China on June 25th. Motorola's even throwing in a generous four-year warranty, just to sweeten the deal. Now, let's hope they grace the rest of the world with this mid-range marvel soon!

(Image source: Motorola)
(Image source: Motorola)


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