Motorola Edge S To Support Multi-Device Collaboration


Motorola Edge S

Prior to this, Qualcomm launched a new generation of Snapdragon 870 chip. Motorola immediately announced its new generation of flagship Motorola Edge S, and said that it will be equipped with this chip. Moreover, it will be the first to launch this chipset. The phone has been scheduled to hit the market on January 26.

This morning, Motorola released the new promo poster, disclosing the next feature of the upcoming handset. The Motorola Edge S supports multi-device collaboration. The poster shows that the phone, laptops, and desktop computers can work together.

Motorola Edge S

Yesterday, we talk about other selling points of the Motorola Edge S. Say, we learned that it will come with the Snapdragon 870 + Turbo LPDDR5 + Turbo UFS 3.1. Turbo LPDDR5 can expand the virtual memory, speeding up by 72%; Turbo UFS 3.1 comes with a write speed increase of 700MB/s, HPB read performance is improved, and it is more durable. The overall efficiency increased by 25%.

This phone has leaked in AnTuTu previously. The laboratory score reached 679,860 points. This is a quite good result when taking into account the ‘role’ of the Snapdragon 870. You should know that this is a pseudo-flagship chip. It comes with many parameters inherited from the Snapdragon 888. But at the same time, it is considered to be the overclocked version of the previous Snapdragon 865+. So on the one hand, it’s not a true flagship chip. And on the other hand, it can beat many rivals on the market.

Apart from the aforementioned features, the Motorola Edge S will use a 6.7-inch 1080P+ hole-punch screen. The aperture on the front will host a 16-megapixel dual camera. At the same time, the rear main camera will carry a 64MP CMOS. In addition, the battery capacity is up to 5000mAh.

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