Towards the end of 2021, Motorola launched the Motorola Edge X30 smartphone in China. For those in the US who liked what they saw and wanted to get their hands on it, you’ll be pleased to learn that the handset has since been launched stateside where it is now known as the Motorola Edge Plus.
It does come with some slight upgrades over the version launched in 2021 where it will be packing a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, and will feature the use of a 6.7-inch display with a 1080p resolution, an OLED panel, and a rather fast 144Hz refresh rate, higher than the typical 120Hz we see on quite a number of phones these days.
The phone will be accompanied by 8-12GB of RAM and will support 30W fast wired charging, 15W wireless charging, and will also come with 5G support for sub-6GHz connections. There is also a stylus called the Smart Stylus that will be sold separately as an optional accessory.
As for the cameras, the Motorola Edge Plus will feature two 50MP cameras on the back, and there is also a third 2MP camera that acts as a depth sensor. Last but not least, there is also a whopping 60MP camera for the front-facing cam. That being said, the Motorola Edge Plus isn’t cheap priced at $999. While some of its specs are flagship level, we’re not sure if the rest of the phone can justify the price tag, but if you’re a Motorola fan, it could still be worth picking up.