Motorola’s attempt at getting back in the high-end game gave us the edge linup and like many other OEMs, alongside the edge+, theres is a cheaper alternative to the flagship, which aims to cut a few bangs and whistles to keep the price palpable. The aim, is to get the same smartphone experience at a fraction of the price. MOTOROLA EDGE
The Motorola Edge features a tall 6.7-inch OLED scren with 1080 x 2340px resolution and a smooth 90Hz refresh rate.It also has extreme curves to the sides shsping that distinct look.
The back, on the other hand, is made of plastic and undeneath you will find the Snapdragon 756G SoC configurations offer 128GB of UFS 2.1 storage with optional microSD card expansion. That last bit is actually an upgrade over the edge+, which doesn’t let you add more storage.
The camera setup is pretty similar to the Edge+ with a couple of key downgrades. The pure Edge drops the 108MP sensor and comes with a still large 1/1.7inch 64 MP primary camera with f/1.8 aperture.The 8MP telephoto unit offers 2x optical zoom insted of 3x. THE MOTOROLA .The 16 MP ultrawide cam with f/2.2 aperture is carried over from the plus along with 3D ToF sensor for depth mapping. The small cutout in the display in the upper-lefty corner house a 25MP sensor. Motorola egde+.
A 4,50O MAh battery provides all the juice but unlike its more expensive sibling, the vanilla Motorola Edge settles for 18W wired charging so there’s no wireless charging. Motorola Edge.
The Upcoming full review will not only answer the question of whether the extra €600 for the edge+ are worth it but will also try and find out the vanilla Edge will be able to carve a niche for its own. Stay tuned