New smartphones from the brand belonging to Lenovo will try to challenge the high market with the best processing capabilities of Qualcomm, Large screens and large batteries
Motorola has successfully proven to us that it has a legitimate right to exist in the field of flagship devices with its modern Razr, which has gained considerable interest from users with means in the West - and now it seems the time has come to try to rely on this small footprint to leap back to The prestigious mainstream. Will you be willing to consider Unlocked Lenovo's Advanced Motorola At a price of 1,200 euros? Feel free to be impressed and decide for yourself.
The Motorola Edge Plus features an impressive 6.77-inch Super AMOLED screen (with large curves on either side that also give it its name) with a resolution of 2,340 × 1,080 pixels and a refresh rate of 90 Hz, chip Qualcomm's powerful Snapdragon 865, fast 3.0GB UFS 256 storage, 5GB LPDDR12 memory, IP68 protection against water and dust, stereo speakers, built-in optical display fingerprint scanner under display, dual-channel 802.11ax Wi-Fi connectivity, system Android 10 No excessive additions for the basic AOSP interface, 3.5mm headphone slot (cheers) - and a built-in 5,000mAh battery with 18 watts wired charging, 15 watts wireless charging and 5 watts reverse charging for other devices and products.
Another and slightly cheaper model is the Motorola Edge, with the same advanced AMOLED display, chip An up-to-date octagonal Snapdragon 765G that also supports communication Mobile phones In the fifth generation, 4GB LPDDR6X memory, storage 2.1GB UFS 128, basic IP54 protection against water and dust, same array speakers Dual that promises to be extremely powerful and high quality, connectivity Wi-Fi Dual-channel 802.11ac and 4,500mAh internal battery with 18-watt wired charging, without wireless charging support.
The two Edge devices feature similar (but not identical - dimensions with the Edge Plus slightly thicker and heavier than its sibling) and a similar design with a 25-megapixel selfie camera inside a modest 'hole' notch on the top left, and square main photo arrays with a depth sensor. 8-megapixel telephoto camera with optical stabilization, 16-megapixel camera for wide-angle photography in the main sensor between a 64-megapixel unit with optical image stabilization in Edge, and a massive 108-megapixel unit with optical stabilization in Edge Plus .
Lenovo and Motorola will market the Edge in Europe at a recommended price of 600 euros including tax (about NIS 2,280 in direct conversion), with a choice between black and purple - and the Edge Plus at a recommended price of no less than 1,200 euros (approx. NIS 4,560) in gray or purple. From the experience of recent years, it seems that there is not much chance that we will see this new prestigious duo sold in Israel, but with these expected price tags - an equally big question is whether anyone has any desire for them to come to the Holy Land? Come share with us your opinions in the comments.