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With Snapdragon 865 and 5G, Motorola Edge Plus arrives in Brazil R $ 7,999

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Motorola launched today (2) in Brazil the Motorola Edge Plus, a cell phone that features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and support for 5G. The model was launched with the Motorola Edge, which has intermediate specifications. The most powerful device in the line marks the manufacturer’s return to the high-performance smartphone segment.

In Brazil, the launch also has a special peculiarity: the cell phone is the first to officially bring the Snapdragon 865 to the country. Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line chip is used in cell phones like the Galaxy S20, which is already on our market, but the Samsung device was launched here with an Exynos processor.

The cutting-edge specifications go beyond Qualcomm’s chip and support for 5G. Galaxy Edge Plus also has a 90 Hz screen that takes the side edges of the device. The model also comes with a 108 MP camera, 12 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB for storage, in addition to a 5,000 mAh battery.

The basic model of the new line has the same screen as the Plus version, but is powered by a 4,500 mAh power source. The camera system is also different and features a 64 MP main solution. The processing is up to the Snapdragon 765, Qualcomm’s intermediate chip that also supports 5G.


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In addition to having Qualcomm 5G chips, cell phones arrived in the Brazilian market with a price equal to the top-of-the-line segment: Moto Edge went on sale in Brazil for R $ 5,499, while the Plus version costs R $ 7,999 in our country.

Both phones can be purchased in advance until July 13th and whoever purchases during the period will receive a Motorole VerveBuds 100 headset as a gift. Moto Edge Plus is available in bluish gray (Thunder Gray). The standard edition is sold in black and red.

Below, you can see the complete specifications of Motorola’s new top-of-the-line phones. Do you think the models have the power to compete with solutions from manufacturers like Samsung and Apple? Leave your opinion in the comments!

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Source: Motorola


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