After the rebirth of the Razr, reimagined with a foldable screen, Motorola seems to be preparing another big launch for this year. And that is its first true flagship smartphone in a long time.
This may be called Motorola Edge+. Famous leakster Evan Blass, also known as @evleaks, has revealed that such a phone is in development, and it will be headed to Verizon. It’s unclear if the carrier is getting an exclusive on the model, but considering its long-standing relationship with Motorola, that dates back to the first Droid, we wouldn’t be surprised if this happened.
The only other detail that has so far leaked about the upcoming Edge+ is that it will have a punch hole display. Motorola has already announced last year that it plans to go back into the flagship smartphone space, and this could be that. If so, expect to hear a lot more about it in the coming weeks, as the leak season for the Edge+ has officially commenced.
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