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New renders appear to affirm Motorola's 2020 flagship design

A new Motorola Edge+ render. (Source: Twitter)
A new Motorola Edge+ render. (Source: Twitter)
Motorola is currently believed to have a Snapdragon 865-powered phone called the Edge+ in the works. Some renders worked up for this device may show how the OEM will combine its rumored triple cameras with a waterfall display. Now, Evan Blass has posted very similar images for the same that also shows a new color option for the possible flagship.

Recent leaks have pointed to the return of Motorola to the Android flagship arena in 2020. The device in question may be called the Edge+, and is thought to run a relatively clean build of Android 10 using the  Snapdragon 865 SoC.

OnLeaks and PriceBaba have recently prepared renders based on its rumored specs. These images show a phone with a waterfall display punctuated by a punch-hole selfie camera. This property is also now thought to give the flagship, along with its mid-range variant, its name.

The Edge+ is also depicted as having triple rear cameras in a vertical conformation reminiscent of those of some Motorola One devices. However, unlike these phones, this putative flagship is supposed to have a 108MP main sensor. Its lens may be the one shown as rather larger than the other 2 in the renders.

The same images appear to have been validated by the leaker Evan Blass, who has just posted very similar-looking content to Twitter in conjunction with the Motorola Edge+. There are indeed very few differences between the 2 sets of renders, except that the punch-hole in Blass' versions may be slightly bigger.

These versions also show the purported Edge+ in a pleasing new burgundy colorway. Finally, these leakers' material appear to find cominality on the point that, while the device's screen does have a marked downward curve, it still retains physical volume and power buttons.



Evan Blass' new Motorola Edge+ renders. (Source: Twitter)
Evan Blass' new Motorola Edge+ renders. (Source: Twitter)


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Deirdre O Donnell, 2020-03-17 (Update: 2020-03-17)