After its G series officialized in spring, Motorola presents three new smartphones with more sought-after technical data sheets. The Moto Edge 20, 20 Pro and 20 Lite intend to seduce by their quality-price ratio.

Motorola has been cooking up its comeback since the beginning of the year, renewing its G series, historically its most affordable range. We tested the Moto G50 and Moto G100, both of which are 5G compatible. And for the continuation, the brand of Lenovo intends to rely on the Edge, more advanced. It’s making three models official, dubbed the Moto Edge 20 Lite, Moto Edge 20 and Moto Edge 20 Pro.

A same Oled screen for all the range Edge

The Edge series has been upgraded, and all of them share the same features. All three smartphones have a 6.7-inch Full HD+ OLED display that supports HDR10+, and feature both a 32-megapixel front-facing camera module and a 108-megapixel main camera sensor, delivering 12MP final shots. All of them are 5G and wifi 6 compatible and are expected to run Android 11. The whole thing comes with a fingerprint reader located on the power button.

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Motorola Moto Edge 20 Pro.


A screen thought for the players

Of course, the Edge 20 Pro has the most premium features of the newly announced trio. Like recent gamer smartphones, its screen has a 144Hz refresh rate, a feature it shares with the Edge 20, while the Moto Edge 20 Lite is satisfied with a more traditional 90Hz. Under the hood of the Pro model, Motorola has opted for a Snapdragon 870 chip flanked by 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. There’s also a 4500mAh battery that supports TurboPower 30W fast charging, as well as a full photo section. In addition to the aforementioned 108MP module, there’s also an ultra-wide angle with a 16MP sensor, as well as an 8MP sensor with a 5x periscope zoom and optical stabilization system.

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Motorola Moto Edge 20. © Motorola

A little less Ambitious, the Edge 20 swaps the Snapdragon 870 for a Snapdragon 778 G accompanied by 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Its battery, less substantial with its 4000 mAh, remains compatible with 30W charging, while its back camera block features a 16MP sensor associated with an ultra wide-angle and a 3x optical zoom of 8MP. Only the Moto Edge 20 Lite finally embeds a MediaTek chipset, the Dimensity 720 already spotted in the bowels of Samsung’s Galaxy A32, with the same amounts of RAM and storage as the Edge 20. It does lose the zoom of its two brothers, however, settling for the 108MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle and a 2MP depth sensor, but gains a 5000mAh battery.

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Motorola Moto Edge 20 Lite. © Motorola

Prices and release dates

The entire Moto Edge 20 lineup will be released in the fall. These smartphones are expected to be released on September 3 at a price of €369 for the Lite model and €499 for the Edge 20. September 10 will see the birth of the Edge Pro, priced at € 699, like the Vivo X60 Pro recently passed by our Lab, for example.