The design of the upcoming Motorola Edge+ was recently leaked by a set of renders (shown above), and now it looks like that design has been backed up by the FCC.
The Motorola Edge+ was recently certified by the FCC, and the filing includes some info on the device. Spotted by XDA-Developers' Mishaal Rahman, a 3D render of the Edge+ includes a triple rear camera array just like the one in the renders that popped up last week, seemingly backing up that leaked design.
Also mentioned in the FCC filing is that the Edge+ includes CDMA and LTE as well as 5G NR n260: 37GHz~40GHz and 5G NR n261: 27.5GHz~28.35GHz. The bands supported by the Motorola Edge+ suggest that a launch on Verizon is in the plans for the U.S., which is something we've heard about the device before.
The rumored specs for the Motorola Edge+ include a Snapdragon 865 processor, 8/12GB of RAM, and a battery that's larger than 5000mAh. The Edge+'s display is expected to have curved edges, hence its name, as well as a hole-punch selfie cam. It'll reportedly be a 6.67-inch panel with support for a 90Hz refresh rate.
Slight update to the logo. Previous one was missing the + pic.twitter.com/XAchxSGpjF
— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) March 9, 2020
There's no word yet on when the Motorola Edge+ might launch, but now that it's gotten its FCC certification, an announcement could be close. After the recent launches of the foldable Razr and Moto G8, we're looking forward to taking this straight-up flagship smartphone for a spin and seeing how it performs.