Motorola has done quite well in the low budget and mid-range segments by launching Moto G series and Motorola One series as well as E series in the market. Last year the Lenovo owned company made a comeback in the flagship market with the launch of its foldable smartphone Moto Razr. Now this year the company is planning to launch another flagship phone that is Motorola Edge+. The smartphone has been in the news for a very long time now and another leak has landed on the internet.
In a new development, CAD-based renders of the Motorola Edge+ have been leaked on the internet which displays the phone from the angle. The leaked renders revealed that story behind the naming of the smartphone. As the name suggests this time the company will be offing the flagship smartphone with a waterfall display that falls perfectly around the edges.
Moreover, the front display features a small hole-punch on the top left corner to equip a selfie camera. While the rear panel will be seen flaunting triple cameras placed inside a pill-shaped camera module on the top left corner of the phone. Just beside the camera setup, there is an LED flash and in the center, you can notice a Motorola Logo. There is no rear fingerprint sensor so it confirms that the phone will include an in-display fingerprint scanner.
On the bottom of the device, there is a SIM card slot, USB-C port and a speaker grill and however, we could not find the 3.5mm headphone jack this might be on the top. While on the side panel the device has a power button and volume rocker unlike other devices with waterfall displays.
Previously it was reported that the phone might offer a 6.67-inches display with a 2340 x 1080 pixel resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. The device is likely to be powered by Snapdragon 865 for the 5G connectivity paired with 8 or 12GB of RAM. According to some reports, Motorola Edge+ will have a 5,169mAh battery, but there is no word on fast charging output and will run on Android 10.
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