Motorola Edge+ renders come out to give us first taste of the units

Motorola Edge+ renders come out to give us first taste of the units

The Motorola Edge+ is one of the units that we are really waiting for from this OEM at this time. Well, after they have launched their foldable Motorola RAZR, this flagship device is the next unit to turn our flashlights on.

Now that we have renders to look at, there is more reason to believe that this is what the phone will look like at launch. Note that these are not official renders but based on rumors and what we have heard to be true already.

What the renders showcase the most is a stunning design that brings a massive, curved screen using waterfall display tech to the fore. The phone is almost bezel-less, and we believe that the front camera will be a punch hole in the screen like we have seen on many units today.

The renders are not sure what the screen size of the phone will be, but we will be pegging that at between 6.5 inches to 6.8 inches. However, we can see a sure triple camera arrangement and LED flash on the back. The back of the device is also home to a fingerprint scanner which we would have loved to be moved into the screen or power button.

To round that up are things we cannot see – like the Snapdragon 865 chipset under the hood and expected versions in 8GB/ 12GB RAM. That, and we have not mentioned the possibility of a large 5170mAh battery in line with Android 10 OS out of the box.

For now, we keep our fingers crossed to see how much of this device the renders got right when it finally launches.