Lenovo owned phone maker Motorola is reportedly working on a flagship Smartphone that will hit the shelves in Q1 2020.
Recently, a German publication revealed that the smartphone, codenamed Nio, will come with a 90 Hz refresh rate. However, just a few days after the report, Mishaal Rehmaan from XDA Developers tweeted that the smartphone will flaunt an unusual 105 Hz refresh rate.
However, this most likely means that users will be able to use the smartphone at a 90 Hz setting. Before the ASUS ROG 3 went official, reports claimed that ASUS was testing a 160 Hz refresh rate for the device, but the smartphone came with support for a 144Hz refresh rate. Since Rehmaan revealed that Motorola is testing a default peak refresh rate of 105Hz for the Motorola Nio, the company could be simply testing a higher refresh rate for quality control, and the phone might feature a final refresh rate of 90 Hz.
As far as the specifications of the upcoming Motorola flagship are concerned, according to a German publication, the smartphone will feature a 1080p display, dual front-facing cameras with 16 MP + 8 MP configuration, triple sensor rear camera setup with 64 MP + 16 MP + 2 MP configuration, Snapdragon 865 SoC, 8 or 12 GB RAM, 128 or 256 GB onboard storage and a 5000 mAh battery.