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Motorola Edge S arrives with 5G and triple camera


Motorola brand owned by China's Lenovo has announced its newest phone in China, Motorola Edge S.

The company claims that this is Qualcomm's first new processor, Snapdragon 870, a 7 nm manufactured phone and contains eight cores with a single 3.2 GHz Cortex-A78 core.

Motorola Edge S brings 5G connectivity through a separate Snapdragon X55 modem.

You can get the phone either with 6GB or 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM, 128GB or 256GB of expandable UFS 3.1 storage space with a microSDXC card up to 1TB.

The IPS LCD comes 6.7 inches, 90Hz refresh rate, and 2520×1080 pixels, and provides HDR10 support.

The screen features two cameras integrated with a 16-megapixel master lens and an ultra-wide 8MP lens, with a fingerprint scanner included in the phone's frame.

At the back are four sensors in total, including a 64MP master camera with an f/1.7 aperture, 6K video capture support at 30 fps, a 16MP ultra-wide camera with phase AF detection, a 2MP fixed focus depth sensor, and a ToF sensor.

The phone is powered with a 5,000 mAh battery with 20W charging support with a 20-watt charger attached to the case, but there is no fast or wireless wired charge.

The phone is IP52-proof liquid spraying, has a 3.5mm headphone port, and comes with a charger, a previously installed screen protector, a cable, and a case.

Motorola Edge S operates Android 11, the first phone to support the company's new desktop mode, and Motorola sells a platform that you can use to connect your phone to an external screen, such as a TV.

The Motorola Edge S is previously ordered in China, charging starts on February 3, and the emerald light comes in.

The device is priced at 1999 Chinese yuan (250 euros) for the 6/128GB model, 2,399 Chinese yuan (305 euros) for the 8/128GB version, and 2,799 Chinese yuan (350 euros) for the 8/256GB version.

It is very likely to be launched globally in the near future under the name Moto G100, as the Moto G10 and Moto G30 may arrive alongside the Moto G100