In the last few weeks we have seen a great multitude of leaks about the Motorola Edge +. But in this case we are at the first glance of the normal version, what can we expect?

The Motorola Edge will be a mid-range smartphone, the younger brother of the flagship Motorola Edge +, which means that it will likely share the same chassis, but will come with trimmed specs.

This would be the new Motorola Edge

The name Motorola Edge is probably due to its waterfall-shaped screen. However, it is not as pronounced as other devices that we find on the market since it has physical volume and power buttons on the side, instead of touch buttons.

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At the bottom of the Motorola Edge they also have a headphone jack and a microSD card slot.

As for the cameras, in the back there would be a 64 MP main sensor, as well as units of 16 megapixels and 16 MP ultra wide angle. It will also have an AF laser module, along with the Moto logo which in this case does not function as a fingerprint scanner.

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An in-display optical fingerprint scanner would be used, as in the vast majority of high-end smartphones and some mid-range smartphones. For selfies, it will have a 25MP sensor positioned in a cutout inside the screen.

Speaking of the screen, it will use an OLED panel with 2340 x 1080 pixels resolution and will have dimensions of 6.67 inches with a 90Hz refresh rate. It will have three software-controlled modes: 90Hz, 60Hz, and Auto mode, which will alternate between the two as needed.

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The Motorola Edge will use a processor Snapdragon 765 accompanied by 6GB of RAM. It is not clear whether the phone will have a 5G version or not. But the data affirms that it will have a 4,500 mAh battery without wireless charging.

In contrast, the Motorola Edge + will have a Snapdragon 865 with up to 12GB of RAM, a 5,170mAh battery, possibly a 108MP main camera and it will support 5G network. We will have to wait to see what finally happens between these two models of the company. | Source: XDA-Developers