Second-Gen Motorola Edge Phones Leaked: Specifications, Release Date, And More

There are 4 new phones coming to the Edge family.

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The first-gen Motorola Edge device is a premium mid-range smartphone with a display wrapping around its edges. Fresh leaks suggest a series of phones that will make the second generation of the Motorola Edge family.

Credible leaker Evan Blass has leaked the specifications of the upcoming Motorola Edge phones. He has also leaked that the different devices will be marketed to different parts of the World.

Second-Gen Moto Edge Names And Specifications

According to Evan, the second-gen Moto Edge family will have four phones. The first two, Berlin and Berlin (North America), are the same phone with slightly different specifications.

Motorola Edge Berlin (Global version) gets

  • 6.67″ (2400 x 1080p) display, 120Hz refresh rate, centre hole-punch
  • Triple camera setup in 108MP (primary) + 16MP (wide angle/macro) + 8MP (3x telephoto) setup
  • 32MP front-facing camera
  • Qualcomm 778G SoC, paired with 6/8GB RAM
  • 128/256GB storage options
  • 4,000mAh battery
  • Other features include a Mono Speaker and a Google Assistant button

The Moto Edge Berlin, North America variant will get

  • 6.67″ FHD (2460 x 1080) panel with a 120hz refresh rate and a center hole punch.
  • Camera setup comprising 108MP (main camera) + 8MP (wide/macro lens) + 2MP (depth sensor) setup.
  • 32MP front-facing camera
  • Qualcomm 778G SoC, paired with 6/8GB RAM
  • A bigger 5,000mAH battery.
  • Mono speaker

Coming to the other two variants of the second-gen Motorola Edge family, we have codename Kyoto and Pstar. While Kyoto will sell in the Global as well as Indian market, Pstar will sell in Asia, Europe, Australia, Latin America, and India.

Evan also says that the codename Pstar may be an alternate for a device also named Sierra. Here are the specifications of both phones:

Kyoto Specifications

  • Moto Edge Kyoto will come with a 2400 x 2080p 90Hz display.
  • Triple camera setup with 108MP (primary) + 8MP (wide/macro) + 2MP depth sensor.
  • 32MP frot-facing camera
  • MediaTek Dimensty 720 (MT6853)
  • 6GB/8GB RAM options and 128GB storage
  • 5,000mAh battery
  • Android 11
  • Iron and Cosmo colors, dedicated Google Assitant button

Moto Edge Pstar/Sierra Specifications

  • 6.67″ (2400 x 1080p) FHD 120Hz display
  • Triple cameras with 108MP (primary) + 16MP (wide/macro) + 8MP (5x telephoto) lens
  • 16MP front camera for China variant, 32MP for global
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor
  • 6GB and 8GB Ram options
  • 128GB and 256GB storage
  • 4,500mAh battery
  • Android 11
  • Black, White, and Blue colors
  • Mono speaker, display output, Google Assistant button, and an under-display fingerprint scanner

Second-Gen Motorola Edge Release Date

While there’s no official release date, we can expect these phones to release at different dates around the world. Starting with Berlin, the device is expected to have a mid-range processor with a decent display and battery life.

Coming to Kyoto and Pstar, the former looks like a budget-oriented device. It could come in a premium finish to justify its Moto-Edge badge. In terms of specifications, Pstar looks the most promising, with a Snapdragon 800 series chip, display output, and an under-display fingerprint scanner.

We’d like to see Motorola make a comeback into the Asian markets. Moto devices are popular for their stock Android experience, and decent build and pricing. With the new Moto Edge phones, we can expect premium-feeling devices from the Lenovo-owned brand.

Manik Berry

Manik Berry

With a Master’s degree in journalism, Manik writes about big tech and has a keen eye for political-tech news. In his free time, he’s browsing the Kindle store for new stuff read. Manik also adores his motorcycle and is looking for new routes on weekends. He likes tea and cat memes. You can reach him at [email protected]

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