Deal: Motorola Edge drops to just $399.99 unlocked

Vlad, 07 November 2020

Motorola made its comeback into the flagship smartphone space this year with the Edge+, but many may have forgotten that there's a companion device to that one - we're talking about the vanilla Edge. This upper-midrange device was launched alongside the Edge+, for a pretty penny. Its recommended retail price is $699.99, and while it was around $200 off for pre-orders, today's deal tops that.

Amazon is now offering the Edge for just $399.99 unlocked, and this is the US model too, so you won't have to worry about missing bands or not getting a warranty or any such shenanigans. You're getting the model with 6GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, by the way, but you can only have it in black. Small price to pay for the savings? You'll be the judge.

Deal: Motorola Edge drops to just $399.99 unlocked

The Edge comes with a 6.7" very curved ('waterfall' style) OLED screen with 90 Hz refresh rate and 1080x2340 resolution, the Snapdragon 765G chipset, a 64 MP main rear camera flanked by a 16 MP ultrawide and an 8 MP 2x telephoto and a ToF sensor, a 25 MP selfie camera housed in the left-aligned hole-punch, and a 4,500 mAh battery with 18W charging. It runs Android 10.

There's no telling how long this deal will last, so if you're interested in the Edge make sure you pick one up from the Source linked below sooner, rather than later. If you want to learn more about the handset before you do the deed, don't miss our in-depth review.



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I thought of buying this smartphone recently. Since all the news on the internet was till the month of September, I thought that Motorola have solved the issue on the production level(if still in production). But I guess there is no point in taking t...

  • Anonymous

The reason why it dropped in price because of all the problems that came with it. I bought it coz I wanted to support Motorola but had to return it after a week because of screen issues. It's not minor either. The green tint seems to be a hardwa...

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