Motorola Edge+ CAD renders reveal the design of Motorola Flagship

Last year Motorola didn’t launch any flagship under the Moto Z series, and that was a surprise since, before that, we used to get a Moto Z flagship every year since the beginning of the Z lineup. Well, Motorola is returning to the flagship segment in 2020 but not with a Moto Z flagship. Instead, it is the Motorola Edge+, the phone that we first heard of in January this year.

Today, the CAD renders of the phone were shared by OnLeaks in collaboration with PriceBaba & they reveal the design of this upcoming Motorola flagship from every angle.

As the name suggests, the Motorola Edge+ has a display with curved edges. In fact, it is the first smartphone from Motorola with a Waterfall display. There is a tiny punch-hole for the single selfie camera on the top left corner. It is impressively small & perhaps the smallest we have seen on any phone. Still, these are CAD renders so we cannot say if the punch-hole is this small in real life.

Anyways, there is a triple camera setup placed vertically on the top left & the Motorola logo on the back has the LED ring around it that doubles as a notification light. The fingerprint scanner is placed under the display & it is an OLED panel.

The phone seems to be pretty thick & as per OnLeaks, the dimensions are 161.1 x 71.3 x 9.5mm (11.5mm with the camera bump). As we already know via leaks, there is a massive 5,170mAh battery, so this thickness isn’t an issue when you’re getting a huge battery.

We also know via the leaks that there is a 6.67-inch OLED display with 90Hz refresh rate, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G SOC, and up to 12GB RAM.

So, what do you think of the design of Motorola Edge+? Do let us know via the comments section below.