Here Are The Specifications Of The Motorola Edge Series

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Motorola has finally returned to the premium flagship market with the announcement of the Edge smartphones. The next question is what are the specifications of the Motorola Edge series? Well they are pretty high-end, as you might expect, and actually differ in a few areas that you might not expect.

Here are the specs for both devices that Motorola has announced.

Motorola EdgeMotorola Edge+
Display6.7" FHD+ OLED Curved Display, 90Hz6.7" FHD+ OLED Curved Display, 90Hz
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 765
Adreno 620 GPU
Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
Adreno 650 GPU
RAM/Storage4GB/128GB – micro SD card slot12GB/256GB – micro SD card slot
Battery Capacity4500mAh5000mAh
Rear Cameras64MP main sensor, f/1.8, 1/1.72" sensor size
16MP ultra wide/macro sensor, f/2.2
8MP telephoto sensor, f/2.4, 2x optical zoom
108MP main sensor, f/1.8, 1/1.33" sensor size
16MP ultra wide/macro sensor, f/2.2
8MP telephoto sensor, f/2.4, 3x optical zoom
Front Camera25MP sensor, f/2.025MP sensor, f/2.0
SensorsAccelerometer, Gyroscope, Proximity, Ambient Light, Sensor Hub, Fingerprint ReaderAccelerometer, Gyroscope, Proximity, Ambient Light, Sensor Hub, Fingerprint Reader, Barometer
SoftwareAndroid 10Android 10
ColorsSolar Black, Midnight MagentaSmoky Sangria, Thunder Grey
PriceN/AN/A

These two devices from Motorola are very different, as we can tell by the specs above. The Motorola Edge+ is definitely the much more high-end smartphone from the company, with 12GB of RAM and the Snapdragon 865. However, bot of these should be pretty impressive on a number of levels.

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Motorola Edge is going to make 5G available to the masses

As you can tell by the specs, the Motorola Edge is using a lower-end processor, in the Snapdragon 765. But it is still a pretty fast processor that is also very powerful, still.

With the Snapdragon 765 inside, it means that the Motorola Edge is going to be much cheaper than the Motorola Edge+. That means that more people are going to be able to get a 5G smartphone, even if it is from Motorola. Which was the entire purpose behind Qualcomm making the Snapdragon 765 with its 5G modem. Making 5G available to the masses.

So with 5G support, you're also going to be able to get some pretty impressive battery life, since the Snapdragon 765 is a more battery efficient SoC compared to the Snapdragon 865. The only downside to using the Snapdragon 765 is the fact that it won't work on Verizon, due to it using mmWave for 5G. Motorola has made a single model of the Edge series for Verizon, which is going to be the Edge+. And that's due to mmWave.

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