In a few days we will know the Motorola Edge S, smartphone that we have been following for months, reporting the various rumors that follow one another. More or less all the others news previous ones are confirmed by another source, which adds new ones.
In fact, from the latest rumors, it is clear that the SOC to be used will be the Snapdragon 870 and not the Snapdragon 888, ergo, it will not be a top of the range. But do not worry, the Snapdragon 870 is very valid and can be considered as one Enhanced Snapdragon 865+.
Furthermore, today the data sheet is enriched with a new piece, perhaps the most interesting: the camera. This should consist of 4 sensors, arranged equidistant from each other both vertically and horizontally, with the main one being 64 MP. There should be no island that contains them so the issue of “protrusions” should also be resolved.
We learn this new information from what appears to be advertising material for the now upcoming device of the Alata company, now owned by Lenovo. In the poster we can also see the presentation date which once again confirms the January 26.
We can also see the fingerprint sensor placed on the right side profile. This may also mean that probably, to choose a lower price, an IPS LCD panel will be used, it will be 6.7 inches and will have a refresh rate equal to 90 Hz. In addition to the Snapdragon 870 therefore, space for variants that can reach up to 256 GB of internal memory with 12 GB of RAM.
Android 11 with a slight revision by Motorola, which in the end is summarized in some specific function and some dedicated App. Appointment to January 26, to find out the price of the new Motorola Edge S which should be colored or white or blue.
Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.
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