This is due to Verizon’s 5G support and the familiar 6.7-inch display, but it may lose the sharp bend of the “regular” Motorola Edge. Interestingly, the company intends to use a two-hole perforated screen cutout for “Edge Lite”, which does not install one, but two front cameras with 8 and 2MP sensors.
Although we are still not sure about the nickname of Motorola Edge Lite, the people of XDA Developers have their reasons and inside information, and indeed hope to have an affordable device related to Edge and Edge+ shortly.
At the same time, it is said that the rear shooting system of the Quartet will be modified to include a 48 instead of 64MP main camera, a 16MP sensor (which may have ultra-wide-angle characteristics), an 8MP lens (which may be a telephoto lens), and a 5MP depth sensor.
The rest of the rumored features are of course not bad, including a fingerprint scanner under the display, at least 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage space, 20W fast charging support, and a dedicated Google Assistant key, so we Still skeptical of the $400 price, XDA did not confirm or refute the price in any way.
The so-called Edge Lite sounds confusing, and it is said that it packs a Snapdragon 730G or Snapdragon 765G processor and combines 6 GB of memory and 128 GB of internal storage space.
However, the latter chipset can also be found under the hood of the “regular” Motorola Edge variant, so it’s unclear what this Lite model might do with the high-end mid-range 6.7-inch device expected to cost about US$600 in the US different.
If you are sad to hear that the second version of the modernized Razr may be delayed by a full quarter, the land is not earlier than January 2021, another upcoming Motorola cell phone manufacturing rumor wheel may make something.
If you want to know, the non-lite and non-lite versions have 4GB and 6GB RAM configuration, each of which provides a nice 128GB local digital room allocation space, while packing a bulky 4,500mAh battery at Motorola Edge Lite. The version can be upgraded to a capacity of about 4,700mAh.
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) June 18, 2020
It is very unusual to derive a streamlined version of an already excellent phone to preserve its brother’s processor, memory, and storage space, while also improving battery capacity.
Once again, the FCC file (via Nashville Chatter) confirmed part of the information, showing only the XT2075 model of the mysterious phone, while a European electronics retailer (via @stufflistings) claimed to have leaked some other specifications, marking the device as “Motorola 5G Plus.”
In other words, you may not want to take the Motorola Edge Lite name for granted, but all signs indicate that the company is preparing a very interesting 5G-enabled smartphone at a reasonable price.
This price point may hover around the 400 Euro mark on the old continent, which makes the above specifications sound more attractive.
If the product exists and is listed on the Snapdragon 765G SoC, with US$5 support and a huge battery in the US, the price is about US$400, Motorola may completely hit Apple’s iPhone SE (2020) and Samsung’s 4G LTE-only Galaxy A51 is out of water.
The only phone we can think of that can compete with this rumored Edge Lite 5G is OnePlus Z, which is OnePlus Nord. But let us not get lost and wait for all these drooling information to be confirmed. If it is too good to be achieved, then some things are usually incorrect.