Motorola is officially returning to the flagship smartphone game with an announcement on April 22. At that point, we’re rumored to be introduced to the high-end Edge+, as well as the slightly lower (but hopefully with a more palatable price) Edge.
The former was spotted in the Geekbench database already in January, while the vanilla Edge took its time but finally arrived today. Its benchmark execution earned it a score of 505 for single-core and 1410 for multi-core.
Keep in mind that the Motorola Edge is supposed to sport the Snapdragon 765G chipset, unlike the Edge+ which is expected to go with the 865. The Edge that ran Geekbench today also has 6GB of RAM, while the plus model can start at 8GB. The Edge will unsurprisingly run Android 10 from day one, and may or may not be a Verizon exclusive in the US.
Past mumbles have also talked about replacing the main 108MP camera in the Edge+ with a 64MP sensor in the Edge – or maybe it’ll be 48MP. 5G connectivity is sure to be on board, and the Edge can share the 6.67-inch screen size with its more expensive sibling, while only having FHD+ resolution and not QHD+. Everything will be revealed in just over a week, so hang in there.
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