Motorola could soon announce a sequel to its flagship model Edge telephones – although without their signature characteristics. OnLeaks and Pricebaba to have shared what they say are CAD views of the standard Edge 20, and Motorola seems to have dropped a highly curved “endless” screen in favor of the 6.7-inch flat screen. It would be just another phone on the outside, even if the 120Hz and 1080p panel could make it feel particularly sensitive.
You’d also get a triple rear camera system that reportedly includes a 108MP primary sensor, a 16MB secondary cam, and an 8MP tertiary sensor (probably for telephoto and wide angle shots). This regular Edge 20 model would be the upper middle device inside between a Snapdragon 778G chip, up to 8 GB RAM, maximum 256 GB storage space and 4,000 mAh battery.
There is a chance that the rumor about the Edge 20 Pro will keep the screen curved and may offer improved performance Snapdragon 870. The Edge 20 Lite is also reportedly in preparation. If, on the other hand, Motorola uses this design for the mainstream Edge 20, it signals a change in capabilities. Instead of relying on an appealing (though somewhat impractical) design for the entire Edge line, he would focus on providing value for money. The only question is whether the price will be low enough to take you away from the rival.
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