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Motorola’s first high-end phone in years can have a ‘no bezel’ display

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Motorola has not produced a flagship quality phone since the Moto Z3 but could recover lost time with a device that meets the latest checkboxes. Onleaks and Pricebaba have shared renders of what they say is the Motorola Edge +, a 6.7-inch phone with high-end specifications if they’re familiar. In particular, it would revolve around a “bezel-free” curved screen (at least on the sides, at least) reminiscent of the cascade screen of the Huawei Mate 30, although with a smoother refresh rate of 90Hz. If the images are accurate, the Edge + would also have an amazing small punch camera. We can’t imagine such a small sensor taking great photos, but it would be less damaging than camera clippings on other devices.

The rumored specifications (backed by previous statements by Mishaal Rahman of XDA) would also make it competitive with other top-level phones, including a Snapdragon 865, 8GB or 12GB of RAM, depending on the configuration and a strong battery of 5,000 mAh or more. There are also three cameras on the back that include at least one particularly large sensor, although we wouldn’t count on this rivaling the Galaxy S20 Ultra or other camera monsters. The only obvious disappointment may be the resolution of 2,340 x 1,080, although it may be a deliberate choice to avoid damaging the longevity of the phone.

Importantly, you may not have to lean back to get one in the US. Rahman mentioned that it is believed that Edge + will arrive in Verizon so you may not have to buy an unlocked phone when this phone is ready. If the device is attractive or cannot depend on the price; This could be attractive if it undermines the prices of more than $ 1,000 of some modern flagships, but it could be a more difficult sale if there is no significant offer.

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