Motorola is planning on yet another interesting Android smartphone, the Motorola Edge which according to a new report gotten from Google Play Console showed a number of interesting specifications we can expect from the device when it finally gets released later on this year.
According to the Play Console revelation, the Motorola Edge will feature a Snapdragon 765 chipset along with a 6GB of RAM and fully packed with the lalest Android 10 OS while the display is a Full HD+. Below is a screenshot highlighting everything interesting we should expect from the smartphone when it finally gets released.
Other interesting specifications according to this leak includes the display screen which isn’t well detailed out for us so it might just be based on speculations about a previous leak which states the device to sport a 6.67-Inch 90Hz OLED display with a hole-punch camera at the left top corner of the device housing a 25MP front facing camera.
And as for the rear camera setup, there is a triple camera setup which includes a 64MP main sensor and coupled with a 16MP ultrawide sensor and a 8MP telephoto camera.
The cameras are accompanied by flash and Motorola logo, which doesn’t double up as a fingerprint scanner this time since it’s placed under the screen.
In terms of the device’s power, it’s expected to come with a 4,500 mAh battery though we don’t know what speed or even if it will ever support super fast charging at all. But we have to likely wait until April 22nd when we’ll be seeing the device unveiled.
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