Motorola fans have been waiting a long time for a proper flagship. The wait is almost meeting its end since the company is gearing up to launch a true flagship phone in the form of Motorola Edge+. Back in the last week, a couple of renders surfaced online showing the phone and its triple camera array. According to reports from @TechDroider, this will be the company’s first smartphone to pack a 108MP camera setup.
The tipster describes the triple-camera array with 108MP+16MP+8MP sensors. Perhaps it’s an 8MP telephoto unit and a 16MP ultrawide snapper. We can find a similar setup on the Moto One Zoom. We wouldn’t be surprised if the Edge+ follows a similar pattern. The 108MP sensor probably is a Samsung module. However, it’s unclear if it will be the Tetracell version that Xiaomi uses or the Nonacell one. The latter seems unlikely as it may be exclusive to the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Motorola Moto EDGE+ Camera Specs
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— TechDroider (@techdroider) March 7, 2020
Moving on the front, we have a single 25MP snapper living inside of a punch-hole. Besides the hole design that is very characteristic of Moto smartphones now, the Motorola Edge+ will boast a curvy waterfall display. Under the hood, the smartphone features the latest Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 SoC. Other features include 5G connectivity, 6.67-inch 90Hz display, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a massive 5,170mAh battery. The smartphone will run vanilla Android 10.
Rumors were pointing the launch of this smartphone for MWC 2020. However, the event was canceled, and Motorola seems to have moved its launch schedule forward.