I like Motorola's innovation with structures like the modular Moto Z family. I welcome the value it carries with its Moto G family. What's more, the new Moto Razr is one of the first example of a future filled with collapsing telephones.
In any case, for all the interesting phones that Motorola makes, it hasn't made a phone that can compete with flagships like the Pixels, Galaxies, and iPhones. The new Edge+ changes that. Click "Read More" to learn more.
At an expensive (but unfortunately normal) USD$1,000 price tag, it has specs to compete with anything on the market, including a few surprises — there’s a headphone jack, a rarity in today smartphone. Local pricing is to be confirmed.
The phone is nicely designed with a "waterfall infinity" 6.7-inch OLED display with curved edges running at 2340 x 1080 resolution, and most importanly at a buttery smooth 90 Hz refresh rate. There is In-screen fingerprint reader, HDR10+ support and a whopping 12GB of DDR5 RAM. Storage comes in at 256gb and a huge 5000 mAh battery with wireless charging. Camera wise, it has a astonishing 108 MP primary camera which is supported by a duo consisting of 8MP telephoto and 16MP ultrawide. 5G connection is also included as it is using the powerful Snapdrago 865.
In addition, there is a more affordable little sibling called the Edge. Pricing is unknown for now but it should be around 20 to 30% more affordable. The differences are a drop in Snapdragon processor to 765, 4gb ram, half the storage at 128gb, 4500 mAh battery and 64 MP camera.
More details will be announced in the coming May, we hope that Singapore will have the launch of these 2 models as both models offer a healthy dose competition and alternative among the usual Samsung and Apple smartphones here.