Motorola launches smartphones Edge and Edge +

About Motorola Edge Plus 

The Motorola Edge Plus marks a comeback to form for the company of sorts, and is an important one for several reasons. Not only does the Motorola Edge Plus show the firm back at the top of its game, it demonstrates that Motorola is still a relevant player and can deliver a product that competes with the best the market has to offer.
The Motorola Edge Plus is not perfect — no phone is — but it gets a lot more right than it gets wrong. Here’s how it compares to leading devices from Google, LG, Samsung, and others.
the Motorola Edge Plus has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage in comaring with the LG V60, OnePlus 8 Pro, and Samsung Galaxy S20, . The phone doesn’t support microSD cards (only the vanilla Edge does), but with 256GB on board few will miss it. Motorola has skipped Qualcomm’s best silicon for several years, opting for more budget-friendly chips. Without the 865, the Edge Plus would immediately have been an also-ran.
The display is on point. Motorola opted for a 6.7-inch OLED panel. It may be limited to Full HD+ (2,400 x 1,080) resolution, but Motorola was smart to adopt the fast screen trend. It went with a 90Hz panel. This may not reach the 120Hz from phones such as the S20 Ultra, but it matches the Google Pixel 4 XL and OnePlus 8. Motorola even jumped on the curved screen trend, albeit perhaps two years too late. The steely curved glass side edges extend the display and include software buttons.

The Edge Plus has all the juice you need. Motorola gifted the phone with a 5,000mAh battery. This matches most leading flagships, such as the V60, and handily surpasses others. It even supports wireless charging. The only let down is that topping off the battery will take some extra time. Where competing phones are going for 30W-50W wired charging, the Motorola Edge Plus stocks to 18W wired charging. Motorola’s excuse? You won’t have to charge it all that often.
Does it have it? (“It” being sex appeal, not the creature from Stephen King’s novel.) The Motorola Edge Plus is a sleek, good-looking phone. I don’t think it pushes any design boundaries. Perhaps the most notable thing is the aspect ratio. With a 21:9 screen, the phone is narrow across the waist and yet really tall. We’re still on the leading edge of this aspect ratio, though it is becoming more widespread.

Beyond the basic shape? It’s a metal-and-glass sandwich, of course, with an aluminum frame separating two curved panels. I think the side edges are what will make or break the phone for people. With wraparound glass, Motorola adopted some software controls. Before you groan, Motorola insists that it has learned from the companies’ mistakes. The controls can be mapped to either side of the phone and customized to a certain degree, making the phone work for right- and left-handed people.

I’m not a fan of the sangria color, but the gray model is appealing. At least it’s a break from the tired design language of the Moto Z series. This Edge Plus stands on its own, something that we haven’t seen from a Motorola phone in some time.

About Motorola Edge

In comparison with the motorola edge plus The Motorola Edge is very similar , but the specs are not up to “plus” levels. You will get a 6.7" 90Hz screen with extra curves on the side, but no HDR10+ support.
However, the chipset is a Snapdragon 765G and while it supports both flavors of 5G, here it is configured only for sub-6GHz networks. RAM capacity is a more restrained 6GB in the global version and 4GB in North America. Storage is 128GB and you get a microSD for expanding that - something that the plus version lacks.
The triple camera on the back has a similar makeup, but switches to a 64MP main sensor. It is joined by an ultrawide and a telephoto camera, plus a ToF module. The 25MP selfie cam is the same.
The battery on the Motorola Edge is 4,500mAh and retains the 18W wired charging speeds. Wireless charging is a no-go, however.
Both Edge phones boast powerful stereo speakers. They will run Android 10 at launch (naturally) and the company is promising to update them to at least version 11.

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