- A render of Moto’s upcoming flagship, the Moto Edge+ has leaked out giving us a very good idea about its design.
- The leak also mentions some key hardware specs like the presence of a 5,000 mAh battery, 5G connectivity, as well as the octa-core Snapdragon 865 chipset.
- There’s no mention of a specific date for the release of the smartphone, but it is said that the Moto Edge+ maybe an exclusive on Verizon.
Well known source of leaks and rumors, @Onleaks has revealed what appears to be Moto’s next flagship after the Razr foldable broke cover in late January. Known as the Moto Edge+, the smartphone is shown to be packing a triple camera layout on the back, though we don’t know what software features it will bring to the table.
The phone is revealed to be packing a metal/glass back which has a reflective finish. On the front, the phone has a bezel-less display, which is somewhat new for Moto. The selfie camera is located on the top left of the smartphone, so it seems like the company has done away with the waterdrop camera placement that we’ve seen with its mid-range and budget phones in the past.
Since there are no visible buttons for fingerprint scanning, it is assumed that the phone will pack an in-display fingerprint sensor. Unfortunately, there’s no clarity on the display size either, though it is said that the phone will have a display ranging between 6.5 to 6.8-inches diagonally.
The leakster also mentioned that the phone will sport the octa-core Snapdragon 865 processor under the hood, which we’ve seen on flagships like the Galaxy S20 already. This also means that the handset will be 5G capable. Other rumored specs of the Moto Edge+ include a 5,000 mAh battery as well as 12GB of RAM.
One of the more attractive features of the smartphone is the company logo on the back which appears to glow, but not in its entirety. We’re particularly curious to see how this works out in real life. The phone is also revealed to be packing a headphone jack, which is not a common feature among modern-day smartphones.
Taking these aspects into account, this could well be one of the best phones from Moto we’ve seen so far. Given the sub-par performance of the Moto Razr foldable, it seems like a lot is counting on this flagship for the company.
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