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    Motorola edge product details

    The Motorola edge is a fresh appearance from the new high-end edge series. With this still young series Motorola tries to combine new techniques with a premium housing and a competitive price. Whether that is successful, we are going to find out for you here. However, if we look purely at the appearance, it seems to have worked out well.

    Endless display

    Motorola is a veteran in the smartphone industry and has more than earned their spurs. It is now in the hands of Chinese Lenovo and we have seen series coming and going over the years. With the edge series, Motorola is finally back in the upper segment. In addition to this edge, Motorola also presented the even more extensive edge+ but unfortunately it is not available everywhere. As far as that's concerned, this edge is the always available entry-level model. Although the term 'entry' does not really do justice to the edge. You can see that right away on the screen. This so-called Endless Edge screen of 6.7 inches large curls around the sides and therefore gives an almost infinite effect. The screen is smooth thanks to the high 90Hz refresh rate and color reproduction is high thanks to HDR10+ support.

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    Ready for the future

    Besides a good image, the edge also has good sound. On either side are speakers for true stereo sound. The sound can also be remarkably loud. Much louder than usual with smartphones but whether your neighbors are so happy. You take the Motorola edge also effortlessly on the road. It has 5G support so you can also use high-speed Internet on the go. Unfortunately, the edge only supports the slightly slower sub6G. The 4500 mAh battery ensures that it lasts for 2 days at average use. Charging is via an 18 Watt TurboPower quick charger. Motorola still lags behind its competitors who often offer 25W or higher. Wireless charging is unfortunately not available.

    Main Motorola edge specifications

    • 6.7 inch Endless Edge display with OLED panel at 90Hz
    • Premium housing made by Gorilla Glass 5 at the front, plastic at the back and 6000 series aluminum in between
    • 64+16+8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, macro and 2x telephoto zoom
    • 25MP selfie camera in small punch-hole with smile timer and gesture selfie
    • Snapdragon 765G processor with 6GB of RAM memory
    • 128GB built-in memory, expandable to 1TB
    • Come with fairly stock and thus fast Android 10 version
    • 5G support (Sub6 support only)
    • 4500 mAh battery with long battery life and 18W fast charging

    Performance takes a step back

    Although Motorola positions the edge as a flagship, it is not equipped with a Snapdragon 800 series processor that is typically used for that purpose. Instead we find a Snapdragon 765G processor. It is a very capable and powerful chipset but not the fastest of the fastest. You can find it in the edge+, but that makes it much more expensive. The edge has 4 cameras on the back; a 64MP main camera with f/1.8 lens, a 16MP ultra-wide-angle lens with 117° angle of view and macro capabilities and finally an 8MP telephoto lens for 2x optical zoom. The fourth camera is more of a sensor; the ToF depth sensor. There is no optical image stabilization, which sometimes makes shooting sharp photos a bit tricky, especially when zooming in.

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    Motorola reenters flagship race with edge and edge+

    Phone news ·

    After several years of not releasing a flagship phone, parent company Lenovo thought it was about time. Yesterday it announced the Motorola edge and edge+. Small 5G phones with a waterfall screen and good cameras. But is it good enough?

    In the meantime, it has been busy in the 'super smartphone' category. We have the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, OnePlus 8 Pro and the Huawei P40 Pro. However, Lenovo saw an opportunity for its own opponent in the form of the now announced Motorola edge and edge+.

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    The Motorola edge and edge+

    Both phones have a 6.7-inch OLED display with 90Hz refresh rate. Motorola chooses a relatively narrow screen with a display ratio of 19.5:9. Motorola calls it an Edge Fall screen because of the 90° slope near the side. Concerns about ghost touches should be eliminated by an additional setup menu. Both phones are also suitable for 5G and have a splashproof housing with, quite unique in this category, a headphone port. Differences are the processor, the rear camera, the battery and that only the Motorola edge+ can be charged wirelessly.

    Specifications Motorola edge

    The Motorola edge is powered by a Snapdragon 765G octa-core processor from Qualcomm. Built-in is a pleasantly large 4500 mAh that can only be fast charged wired up to 18 Watts. According to the specifications this should be sufficient for 2 days of battery life. On the rear we find a Quad camera setup consisting of a 64 megapixel main sensor with f/1.8 lens. There is a 16 megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens with a viewing angle of 117°. What is special about this is that you can also use it to take sharp photos from very close range (macro). There is also an 8 megapixel telephoto lens for 2x optical zoom. The fourth sensor is a so-called ToF-sensor for depth recognition. At the front is a 25 megapixel self-image camera behind a hole punch in the upper left corner of the screen.

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    The edge in Midnight Magenta

    The edge runs Android 10 but not Android One. Motorola does not promise to install bloatware, it would be a pretty bare Android version but promises about updates were not made. Also special is the stereo speakers that can produce a lot of sound. Also the addition of a headphone jack is remarkable and unfortunately not that common anymore. The edge gets a recommended retail price of 599 euros and is for the time being only available in black. Expect it in the shops somewhere around May.


    If you want to throw even more money against a new phone, take a look at the edge+. Although he won't be for sale everywhere. It can handle the fastest 5G speeds up to 4 Gbit/s.

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    And the edge+ in Thunder Gray

    The Motorola edge+ gets specifications to be jealous of like a Snapdragon 865 with 12 GB of RAM, 256 GB of storage memory, a 5000 mAh battery with wireless charging and reverse charging + a 108 megapixel Quad camera system. The only thing we can think of that is slightly disappointing is the Full HD+ resolution. Other flagships often reach Quad HD+. The edge+ will be in stores in the US from May 14th for a suggested retail price of $ 999.99. The device is also coming to Europe but only a handful of countries.

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    Specifications and pictures of high-end Motorola Edge published

    Rumors ·

    Lenovo prepares a new Motorola flagship series called Edge. This will consist of at least this Edge as the Edge+. Images and specs of that first one can now be shown to you.

    Motorola was once a brand that competed effortlessly with the big boys. In recent years, however, a high-end flagship with Motorola is hard to find. It is mainly mid-range and premium models but the real flagships are missing. However, that will soon change. The company is quietly preparing a new generation of premium flagships under the name "Edge".

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    The future Motorola Edge

    That name has not been chosen by chance, as can be seen from these published photographs. Just like Samsung's early Edge models, the screen is rounded at the sides. The screen seems to be relatively narrow (or elongated) with a modest Full HD+ resolution, but with a high 90Hz refresh rate. The screen of this Motorola Edge measures an impressive 6.67 inches, but with an expected 21:9 screen ratio this does not necessarily mean that it is oversized.

    Triple Camera setup

    There would be three cameras on the back with a 64, 16 and 8 megapixel. These sensors are used for the main camera, the ultra-wide-angle camera and the telephoto camera respectively. At the front there would be a 25 megapixel self-shooter behind a screen hole. Flagship or not, the Motorola Edge just has a 3.5mm audio input. That port has been abandoned by many manufacturers in recent years.

    High-end or not, the Motorola Edge uses a mid-range processor. Lenovo would have opted for the Snapdragon 765; on paper a neat SoC but in practice it can't compete with the heavyweights of the Snapdragon 8xx series. Combined with 6 GB of working memory and a 4500 mAh battery, this should be sufficient for the vast majority of people to use as a daily phone.


    Most important Motorola edge specifications

    Dimensions 161.64 x 71.1 x 9.29 mm
    Weight 188 grams
    EAN code 0840023204197, 0840023203237
    Fingerprint recognition
    Operating system
    Android 10
    Color display 6.7 inch, hole-punch display
    Camera 16 MP, 64 MP, 8 MP
    Processor Octa core
    Secondary camera 25 MP
    Dust and waterproof P2i coating
    Dual SIM
    Data network
    4G (LTE)
    Build-in memory
    Internal memory 6 GB (Size (RAM)), 128 GB (Storage)
    Power supply
    Battery 4500 mAh
    Fast charging

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