Leaked a load of details on the next top of the Motorola range: 5G and 90 Hz curved screen with hole

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It is now taken for granted that at the next Mobile World Congress Motorola will present, alongside new examples of the Moto G series, also two top of the range , the first since the times of Moto Z3. Today, a source deemed reliable by the types of XDA, has revealed to him various information.

 about these upcoming high-end smartphones. First of all it seems that they will both be equipped with a curved screen on the sides (waterfall display), such as Vivo Nex 3 5G and Huawei Mate 30 Pro (as you can see from the leaked images).

The display in particular will have a hole – smaller than the one seen on Moto One Vision – and will have a refresh rate of 90 Hz . Probably instead of the usual LCD made by BOE, Motorola will switch to 6.67 ″ OLED panels produced by Samsung with Full HD + resolution (2.340 x 1.080) pixels. The two phones will stand out for the processor: one will be equipped with the latest Snapdragon 865 while the other will implement Snpadragon 765 / 765G.

The most powerful model is identified by the code name “burton” or “turbo racer” and could be called Motorola One 2020 or Motorola Edge + – the latter seems more likely for the US market where it should be available exclusively through the operator Verizon. The other instead, whose codename is “racer” or “5G racer”, could be marketed as Motorola One 5G 2020 (in fact there is little clarity on the names at the moment).

Motorola “burton”

  • Screen: curved 6.67 ″ 90 Hz with 2,340 x 1,080 pixel resolution
  • CPU: Snapdragon 865
  • RAM: 8/12 GB
  • Battery: 5,169 mAh
  • OS: Android 10

Motorola “racer” (XT2063-3)

  • Screen: curved 6.67 ″ 90 Hz with 2,340 x 1,080 pixel resolution
  • CPU: Snapdragon 765
  • RAM and storage : 6 GB + 128 GB
  • Rear camera : 48 MP
  • Battery: 4,660 mAh
  • Connectivity: NFC and Dual-SIM
  • OS: Android 10

Both will be equipped with special apps such as Moto Edge Assistant (to customize the behavior of the edges of the screen), Moto Gametime (to improve game performance and manage some settings) and Moto Audio (which adjusts the audio settings automatically based on the content ).

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