The Motorola Edge (2021), Image/Motorola
“We tested the Edge on Verizon’s 5G (mostly mmWave) network and recorded stellar results. After completing more than a dozen tests across Chicago, we recorded average speeds of 448.5Mbps down and 126.4Mbps up. Call quality is solid. Maximum earpiece volume clocks in at 87dB, which is loud enough that we had no trouble conducting calls on busy streets. Calls were clear and the phone’s noise cancellation worked well.”
The Motorola Edge (2021) comes with 256 GB of built-in storage, 8 GB of RAM. The Edge is built for speed with significant processor:
“Enjoy elite gaming and up to 55% faster graphics and processing with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G Mobile Platform. Connect with 5G networks for superfast downloading2 and streaming, plus enjoy 3x faster speeds with Wi-Fi 6E.”
The Motorola Edge’s display capabilities include 144 Hz incredibly smooth, fluid visuals, 6.8″ Ultra-wide Max Vision display, HDR10 more vivid, true-to-life colors and 60% Faster than the first generation edge and edge+.
The Motorola Edge’s charging ability is good yet the TurboPower 30 quick charge is excellent:
“Go two days on a single charge. Need a quick burst of power? Get 9 hours of power in 10 minutes of charging with TurboPower 30.”
The Motorola Edge camera features are unique considering it comes with a 119 degree ultra-wide angle lens that fits 4x more in your frame, a Macro Vision lens that brings you 5x closer to your subject, a 108 MP main camera and a depth sensor to take professional-looking photos and a front-facing 32 MP selfie to take low light sensitive photos using Quad Pixel technology.
Other Motorola Edge notable assorted features include water repellent phone protection, Nebula Blue color, My UX simple gesture control and ThinkShield for mobile’s comprehensive hardware and software security.
Currently, the Motorola Edge is on sale for $499.99 instead of $699.99 at the Motorola website.