Motorola Edge S Pro signals Moto finally be ready to compete in USA again
It’s been just over a year since we got our hands on the Motorola Edge+, a tool that we described as “beauty nearly to a fault.” Now Motorola features a new set of devices with “Edge” within the name, but without much emphasis on the thought that the display must cascade off the left and right of the machine. Unfortunately, Motorola has not yet released equivalents to the “Motorola Edge S Pro” and “Edge Light Luxury Edition” here within the USA. Still, this week’s push to China could alright be the tease we’ve been expecting.
In Europe, you’ll find the Motorola Edge 20 series. These devices are effectively equivalent to their counterparts in China. At the same time, the China versions are called Motorola Edge S. Given the discharge in Europe with one name, the release in China with a unique name; it’s likely safe to assume that we’ll see Motorola’s collection of “Edge” devices reach the USA with yet one more word — maybe Motorola Edge 2, Motorola Edge Pro?
The Motorola Edge S Pro was released to pre-order in China in the week in several configurations. the sting S Pro will be on general sale on August 10 (in China) in a minimum of four combinations of RAM and internal space for storing. There’ll be a 6GB RAM version with 128GB and two 8GB RAM versions, each with 128GB and 256GB internal storage. There’ll even be a 12GB RAM version with 256GB internal storage.
Motorola also released a so-called Motorola Edge Light Luxury Edition device with an equivalent display but a somewhat less powerful processor, slightly less powerful primary camera, lower zoom capabilities, smaller battery, and thinner and slightly lighter overall weight.
In China and Europe, most of those new Motorola devices have Qualcomm processors. For example, in Europe, the “Lite” phone features a MediaTek Dimensity 720 processor.
This year, we have a stimulating display to seem forward to with the Motorola Edge at 6.67-inches made with 10-bit OLED tech. Counting on the model, we’ll see DCI-P3 color, HDR10+, Amazon HDR, and up to 144Hz image refresh rate. But, of course, that’s the “pro” model — the marginally lesser display is the same, save the Amazon HDR.
This set of devices will likely appear within the USA soon, following abreast of the Moto G100. Despite the “G” within the name, that device was effectively an equivalent device that Motorola released internationally as “Motorola Edge S.” an equivalent processor found within the G100 is often found within the Motorola Edge 20 Pro.
We’re expecting the USA to have soon a group of Motorola Edge devices (maybe Motorola Edge 2 or Pro) that are roughly like the Motorola Edge S Pro / Motorola Edge 20 revealed over a previous couple of weeks in international markets. Would you please cross your fingers? We get all the most straightforward bits!