Motorola has finally taken the wraps of its flagship series with the release of Motorola Edge and Edge+. Both handsets come with a 6.7-inch AMOLED Endless Edge display with a 90Hz refresh rate. However, they differ in chipset, battery, and camera array. The Edge+ is the true flagship here with Snapdragon 865 SoC and a whopping 108MP camera. The vanilla Edge, on another hand, has a 64MP main camera while its power is given by the Snapdragon 765G.
Both smartphones make use of traditional Pixel binning technology. The Edge+ combines 4 frames in 1 sample with 27MP. While the Edge does the same with the module and produces 16MP shots. Both smartphones feature a 16MP 13mm ultra-wide lens. However, the Edge+ boasts an 8MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom, while the Edge is capped at 2x zoom.
Right after the announcement, Motorola revealed a couple of pictures showing some of the Edge series camera powers. You can see the shots below.
The official images are simply amazing. However, it’s hard to be 100% confident with results shared by the company. After all, nowadays it’s very easy to cheat in these tests. It’s common to see some companies cheating in these official shots (We’re looking at Huawei). While the images are excellent and the Edge series is capable of producing high-quality shots, it’s better to wait for real-life shots from users.