Earlier today, Motorola announced its Edge 30 Pro flagship which is based on the China-exclusive Edge X30 but we are also getting a US-exclusive Motorola Edge Plus 2022. This device brings nearly identical hardware to the international Edge 30 Pro but offers slower 30W charging compared to the Edge 30 Pro’s 68W speeds. Carrier unlocked Edge Plus 2022 devices will offer C-ban compatible sub-6Ghz 5G connectivity while Verizon models will do mmWave. The rest of the key specs are identical to the Edge 30 Pro.
You still get a 6.7-inch FHD+ P-OLED screen with a speedy 144Hz refresh rate. Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip sits at the helm aided by 8/12GB RAM and up to 512GB storage. The camera department features a 50MP main sensor alongside a 50MP ultrawide snapper and a 2MP depth helper. The selfie shooter brings a 60MP sensor housed in the centered punch-hole cutout. Motorola is also selling a Smart Stylus accessory if you’re the type of person that likes to jot down notes or draw on your phone.
You get Android 12 on the software side with Motorola’s MyUX interface on top and the “Ready For” platform for connecting external monitors a la Samsung DeX. Motorola is guaranteeing two years of Android OS updates.
Motorola Edge Plus 2022 comes in Cosmos Blue and Stardust White colors and retails for $999 though you can get a $100 discount on pre-orders. You can register your interest on Moto’s US website and expect to see the device in Version, Boost Mobile, and Republic Wireless stores too.
I bought my edge 2021 from Motorola and found out after the fact they don't support 5g from cricket even though they advertised it did. Don't trust them anymore.
Not if you live here in the United States be smart and buy directly through Motorola USA. For a couple of reasons you guaranteed that your cell phone will work everywhere because not everyone lives in the city, guaranteed to have compatibility with ...
No headphone jack or SD card? Doesn't really offer a whole lot more compared to all the other clones out there at this point.