Motorola, Edge, Lite, to be certified by the FCC

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Motorola is working on bringing a “Lite” version is on the bottom of the line-up, as evident by a recent FCC listing for a device to lower the value of the XT2075-3 model no. The phone is probably the Moto Edge of the Lite, it will come up with a 4,70 mAh battery and 5G connectivity. According to the speculations, we will see the Snapdragon 765G chipset inside, in addition to 6 GB of RAM and 128 gb of internal storage.



Other than that, we don’t have much to work with for the full spec sheet is yet to be revealed. According to rumors, the phone is code-named Nairobi, and will come with Android 10, to board the ship.

Motorola, Edge, Lite, to be certified by the FCC

The Motorola, Edge series features a 6.7-inch-curved-OLED-displays with a 90 hz refresh rate, and a punch-hole cut-out for their 25MP selfie cam. Around the back, with three cameras, in addition to a special 3D-TOF-sensors. The flagship of Edge+ is powered by the Snapdragon 865, while the vanilla model is equipped with a Snapdragon 765G set.

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