There is technical information from a spokesperson about the expected Motorola Edge 20 series. The information can only be classified as rumors so far, but it fits the model series. There is information about the flagship Motorola Edge 20 model, including its internal code name “Berlin” – the Edge 20 Lite is apparently internally called “Kyoto”.
Leak to Motorola Edge 20 series
Motorola is working on new models of the popular Edge range . As mentioned by Kashi’s blog, there is known Evan Blass leak Now information about the new Motorola Edge 20 series. The Edge 20 Lite has the internal codename Kyoto, and the Edge 20 is the Berlin codename. In addition, the names PStar and Sierra are still in circulation, but they may refer to the same model. So Motorola Edge 20 (Berlin) should also be equipped a little differently depending on the region – a screen with a diagonal of 6.67 inches and 120 Hz is expected for Europe, which should be resolved in Full HD + resolution. With an LC screen, the front camera (20 MP) should rest in the middle on the top edge of the screen, so that a “punch hole” is created there. The Snapdragon 778G should provide power, 6 to 8 GB of RAM and 128 or 256 GB of permanent storage. According to the leak, the main camera should offer 108 megapixels, in addition to a wide angle camera (16 megapixels) and a telephoto lens (8 megapixels).
The smaller Kyoto version, the Motorola Edge 20 Lite, will likely use the Mediatek Dimensity 720, as well as 6-8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of permanent storage. The leaker only has the information about the screen that should also melt in Full HD+ resolution, but only has 90Hz as a refresh rate. There are indications on the PStar or the Sierra that it could again be the Pro version of the Motorola Edge 20. The battery should be bigger than the Berlin version, and according to the source, there’s also an optical zoom with five times magnification and up to 12GB of RAM. Although the leaker is considered reliable, all information can still be classified as hearsay.
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