Motorola’s attempt to get back into the high end of the game that gave us the Edge in the line-up and, like a lot of other Oem’s, Edge+, is there a cheaper alternative to the flagship product, which aims to create a few bangs and whistles to keep the price to be felt. The goal, as always, it is the smartphone-like experience at a fraction of the price.
The Motorola Edge has a very high 6.7-inch OLED display with a 1080 x 2340px resolution, and a smooth 90-hz refresh rate. It also has an extreme curve to the side, the shape of which is a separate look and feel.
In the back, but on the other hand, is made of a plastic material, and below, you’ll find the Snapdragon 765G SoC, paired with 4GB or 6GB of RAM in the system. Both configurations offer 128 gb of UFS 2.1 storage with an optional microSD card for expansion. That last bit is actually an upgrade on the Edge, who doesn’t let you add more storage space.
The camera setup is quite similar to that of the Edge, with only a few of the most significant downgrades. It is the pure Side drops and the 108MP sensor, and is equipped with a large 1/1.7″ 64MP primary camera with f/1.8 aperture. 8MP remote unit offers a 2x optical zoom instead of 3x. The 16MP ultrawide cam with f/2.2 aperture and it is taken from the a Plus, along with a 3D-ToF sensor for the in-depth in the future. The small cut-out in the display in the upper left-hand corner of the houses with a 25MP sensor.
A 4500 mAh battery provides all the juice, but, unlike its more expensive sibling, the vanilla, Motorola, Rim takes care of 18W, fixed charge, so that there is no wireless charging.
In the upcoming full review will have to not only answer the question as to whether the extra $ 600 for the Rim+ is worth it, but you will also have to try and find out if its a vanilla Edge to be able to carve a niche of his own. Stay up-to-date.