Motorola Edge Appears In First Live Image, Confirmed to Come With A 64MP Camera


Motorola is set to unveil its latest flagship smartphone series – Motorola Ede and Motorola Edge+ on Wednesday. Well, just before the company launches its phones, we got to see the live image of the vanilla variant of Motorola Edge in real life.

A photo of the Moto Edge appeared on Twitter, revealing a three-cam setup on the back while the fourth camera hole is reserved for the laser AF. This is the first live image of Motorola Edge. The Motorola Edge is spotted in glorious red color and a glass panel.

Motorola Edge Live Image

On the center of the back panel, the Moto logo is placed. Well, it looks like the Moto logo is just an image instead of a fingerprint sensor. So, it is expected that the Motorola Edge will come with an under-display fingerprint sensor.

Considering the rumors and leaks, the Motorola Edge is expected to come with 6.67” big with Full HD+ display and curved sides, as well as a 90Hz refresh rate. Other rumored specs include 6/128GB memory and a single punch hole for a 25MP selfie camera. It is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 765G chipset. 

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