Motorola’s Edge+ Flagship Will Come With a 108 MP Camera & 90Hz Display

The Lenovo-owned Motorola has not released a solid flagship in years now, but this will change soon with the upcoming Motorola Edge+. The flagship was announced in December by the company’s President Sergio Buniac. Motorola has done a good job keeping leaks and rumors at bay; thus, we don’t know much about the smartphone. However, a recent leak by the famous @TechDroider confirms that the Moto Edge+ will be the first Moto with a 108MP sensor.

Last week, some renders of the upcoming Smartphone were leaked. These renders confirmed the presence of a triple sensor rear camera. According to the @TechDroider, the smartphone will feature a 108 MP + 16 MP + 8 MP camera configuration. The selfie camera, on the other hand,  will be a 25 MP camera.

The 108 MP lens is made by Samsung. However, we are unsure whether the sensor is the Tetracell version that Xiaomi uses or the Nonacell one. It is more likely that Edge+ will come with the Tetracell version since the Nano cell 108 MP sensor is exclusive to Galaxy S20 Ultra for now.

As far as other specifications are concerned, the smartphone is expected to come with Snapdragon 865 chipset at the helm. It will most probably feature a 6.67” 90Hz display, “stock-like” Android, a huge 5,170mAh battery, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

  • Former IBM PC/Laptop Division re-named as Lenovo. It is not IBM anymore at all. The re-named brand Lenovo acquired Lenovo brand which has acquired Motorolla which by itself has given up the brand. So the specs., are more important as the specs., are generic and the brand is trade name. The Chinese as they bought IBM, made it Lenovo, and same Motorolla’s interests are diversified, but the quality are specs., and trade name acquired by Chinese Lenovo. It is unfortunate the trade name/brand does not have any rating, or pedigree as Dun & Bradstreet for the quality etc., Before the brand comes into reality Motorolla, Lenovo all started noiseless farts. Let’s see how the fart blows from Lenovo/Motorolla to the domestic hype.

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