Motorola Edge+ FCC Listing Reveals Logo, Features mmWave 5G Support


Motorola Edge+

Motorola is working on its next-generation flagship smartphone dubbed Motorola Edge+. The Edge+ smartphone will replace the previous Moto Z4 device. The upcoming Edge+ smartphone will come with features such as dual-curved display, 108MP rear camera, in-display fingerprint sensor and much more. After numerous leaks and rumours, the device has now appeared on the FCC filing.

Motorola Edge+ Logo Appears Online, to Come with 5G Support

Thanks to the FCC filing, we now have the logo for the upcoming flagship smartphone. It is worth mentioning that we first saw the Edge logo last month. The FCC one is slightly different and consists of the plus icon on the top right side. Apart from the logo, the filing has also revealed the diagram of antenna placement. The diagram has confirmed the existence of mmWave 5G connectivity support.

This means that the device should come with 5G support at least for the US market. Speaking of the US region, the device will most likely arrive as a Verizon carrier-exclusive smartphone. The 3D model of the phone has also revealed that the phone will feature a triple camera module at the back.

To recall, Moto Edge+ is expected to arrive with 6.67-inch display with Full HD+ resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. The device will run on the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset paired with up to 12GB RAM packed inside. All of these should be backed by a big 5,000mAh battery. All the other detail on the device still remain unknown.

Launch, Availability

Since the phone has now made its way to the FCC filing, this means that the official launch of the phone is quite near. As of now, the company has not revealed any official information on the launch date of the device. We should expect to see more information in the coming weeks.

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