The Motorola Edge Lite will be the third member of Motorola’s new Edge family, as the name implies, the device will the lowest-end of the bunch. However, the smartphone already certified by FCC by the model name “XT2075-3.” The certification confirms the 5G support for the device.
According to the source, the Edge Lite would feature 6.7″ Inch display at 2520×1080 resolution with 21:9 aspect ratio. The device also supports the 90Hz refresh rate and an in-display fingerprint scanner. Surprisingly, there will be a hole-punch cutout design on top-left for an 8 MP selfie camera and a 2 MP depth sensor next to it. It won’t have the waterfall display of its siblings.
On the back, the primary snapper features a 48 MP sensor, which is a Samsung S5KGM1 Unit. For support, the company includes a 16MP sensor, an 8MP sensor, and a 5MP sensor.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765 powers the upcoming Motorola Edge Lite 5G. The chip is still more powerful, which is fabricated by Samsung’s 7nm EUV process. Like Edge, the Edge Lite also comes up with 4 and 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM, as well as 64 or 128GB of UFS 2.1 storage.
Motorola Edge Lite will packs a 4,800 mAh battery with 18W fast charging, which is likely to ship with a TurboPower charger. The smartphones run on Android 10 and the international variant runs on dedicated Google Assistant key.
The device will be offered in Prussian, Surfing Blue, Azury, Soft White color versions in the US on Verizon, in Japan, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. Besides, the Motorola Edge Lite may sell for €399 or thereabouts in Europe for a 4GB/64GB variant.