Did we mention that Motorola is working on a new flagship series? It's called Edge and consists of a regular and a Plus model. Pictures of the latter are in and to put it bluntly; they look fantastic!
Motorola certainly lives up to the name Edge; the display edges of this Edge+ are strongly curved. So Motorola sees an opening to distinguish itself from the manufacturer Samsung that has been moving away from it lately. However, we do have our doubts about its practical usefulness; Android 10's new back gesture where you have to swipe from the edge of the screen doesn't get any easier.
Next to a strongly rounded screen we see a single punch hole along with nice thin bezels. On the back of the Motorola Edge+ it is a myriad of camera modules. The largest sensor measures 108 megapixels and is equipped with optical image stabilization (OIS). We see this camera sensor more often on flagships lately. This is not so much about the amount of megapixels, but about what you do with it. Pixel binning mainly where the information of multiple pixels is used to create a single pixel.
According to the source the Edge Plus has besides a 108 megapixel sensor also a 16 megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens and an 8 megapixel telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom. In addition to the purple version shown above, there will also be a blue version on the market. With all the Corona news it remains unclear when that will happen.