Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart shows that the Motorola Edge+ will land on the Indian market on May 19.

Last month, Motorola released the new Edge series of flagship phones. There are two models, the regular version of the Edge and the high-end version of the Edge+. The latter uses the waterfall screen and supports 5G networks. It is unclear whether the regular version of Edge will also hit the Indian market. But we guess at the moment it doesn’t matter because the higher version is on everyone lips. We mean even if the original variant comes as well, it will be overshadowed by the + model.

Motorola Edge+

The Motorola Edge+ is a long-lost Moto flagship model. It uses a 6.7-inch HDR10+ AMOLED screen. Also, it is the first Motorola smartphone to come with a 90Hz refresh rate screen. On the front, we can also find a 25MP selfie camera located in the upper left corner inside the hole. This handset can also boast of an under-screen fingerprint recognition module.

Motorola Edge+

The Motorola Edge+ is originally equipped with the Snapdragon 865 processor. This flagship mobile chip is accompanied by a 12GB LPDDR5 memory and a 256GB UFS 3.0 storage. There is also a built-in 5000mAh battery, which supports 18W fast charging through USB-C interface. Motorola claims that the capacity of this battery is large enough to be used for 2 days on a single charge. The phone also supports two-way wireless charging, with a wireless charging rate of 15W and a reverse charging rate of 5W.

It is worth mentioning that the Motorola Edge+ and Edge also retain 3.5mm audio jacks.

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