Motorola Edge Lite gets certified by FCC
Motorola is working on bringing a Lite version in its Edge lineup as evident by a recent FCC listing for a device bearing the XT2075-3 model number. The phone, believed to be the Moto Edge Lite, will come with a 4,700 mAh battery and 5G connectivity. According to speculations, we’ll see the Snapdragon 765G chipset inside alongside 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage.
Other than that we don’t have much to work with as the full spec sheet is yet to be revealed. According to rumors, the phone is codenamed Nairobi and will ship with Android 10 onboard.
The Motorola Edge series features 6.7-inch curved OLED displays with a 90Hz refresh rate and punch hole cutouts for their 25MP selfie cam. Around the back, triple cameras alongside a dedicated 3D TOF sensor. The flagship Edge+ is powered by the Snapdragon 865 while the vanilla model comes with a Snapdragon 765G chipset.
- 22 Jun 2020
Well, it's good to hear that the prices are recovering. Let's drink a glass of orange juice for powerful, affordable phones. I hope that you will get one which suits your every needs and eases your activities. Cheers!
- 21 Jun 2020
It applies to all yes and not just Xiaomi, because of weak local currency and somewhat higher import taxes.. because of covid-19 the prices are even higher than usuall, but they are also declining, meaning that, and Im just guessing, the prices are g...
- 19 Jun 2020
I ma not sure if this phone makes sense unless they fix the Edge and Edge+ screen issue. It is so widespread and a dealbreaker for many.