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Motorola Edge 20 Review and Specification

This is the Motorola Edge 20. It's a mid-range ER which is quite different from last year's model. The original Moto Edge, both looks wise and feature wise. So what does the new model offer? And is it enough to stand out from the mid-range crowd? I'm will for GSM Arena and let's find out in our full review. The original Moto Edge was named for its curved display. But the new Moto wedge 20 has a different design. All together is totally flat and thin. But it's razor like appearance. Also fits the name quite well, our Moto Edge, 20 is in the subtle. Frosted gray matte finish. The back panel is made from plastic, but the frame is aluminum. It's flat squared off. Edges, offers some nice grip and the phone is overall super light and easy to handle. The triple camera setup has a try. Step design and is actually quite thick. This is one of the more wobbly phones. We've used lately. If you're aiming to operate on a table or desk Motorola claims that the age 20 is Splash proof, which we've also seen on some of their other films. There's no official IP rating though. So dunking. Listen, water isn't recommended the Moto Edge. 20 is displays a six point seven inch, OLED with a 1080p resolution Gorilla, Glass, 3 protection and a super-fast 144 hurts refresh rate. 

Motorola Edge 20 review

Display and Chipset

It's more like what you get on your average gaming phone. And in addition to that, the Moto Edge, 20 claims a crazy fast. 576 hurts touch, sampling rate all together. You get an incredibly smooth and responsive experience when interacting with this screen. If you want an Adaptive, refresh rate, you can switch over and settings. But this mode only goes up to 120, hertz maximum. Not a 144 sure, since it adjust the refresh rate based on your content, you'll save energy, but this could have been done better. And while high frame rate gaming is supported, it maxes out at 120fps as well. Even in the 144 hurts mode. The quality of this OLED screen is really nice though. It has HDR 10 plus support as well as 10-bit color. And of course, blacks are super deep here. Colors can be accurate depending on the color setting you choose. And while brightness isn't class-leading, it's good and you shouldn't have problems with legibility Outdoors. We measured around 417 its maximum or the brightness slider. 

Should boost up to 615. It's may not a mode in bright conditions. For audio the Motorola. H20 has a single bottom firing speaker, or as the first Moto Edge had a stereo setup. This isn't the loudest speaker around scoring just average on our charts. But at the same time the sound quality is quite good. There's noticeable base and well presented hot. 

Another change from last year's model is that you don't get a headphone jack here. You need to use an adapter. If you want to plug in to wake up and unlock the Motorola edge 20. There's a side mounted fingerprint reader that doubles is the power button is quite fast and reliable. There's also a dedicated button on the other side, which summons the Google Assistant. It's a bit. High up to be convenient, though. And you get a 128 or 256 gigs of storage here, which is an expandable. The interface of the Moto age. 20 is a pretty clean and stock Android. Even with some Moto customizations on top. These can for the most part, I'll be found in one place. The Moto app, they include personalizations, which allow you to customize the looks of the UI. There's also a panel with instructions for a wide array of shortcut gestures. And from here, you can enable or disable them, then you get the options for attempted display which will keep the screen on if you're looking at it and you have the peak display which acts as an always-on display, but only when you tap or move the phone, you also get gaming. Options which can appear through an in-game overlay as well as media control shortcuts and audio profiles. You can set up for your connected devices. The final feature. I'll mention here is support for Moto's. Relatively new ready for platform. This allows you to connect the phone to a monitor, or even a PC for all sorts of things. Like Cassie media video, calling and gaming on a big screen behind. All of these features is a new chipset. The Snapdragon 778 G built on the six, nanometer process and it offers both solid. And 5G connectivity in CPU tests, the Moto Edge, 20 post, some good numbers and the GPU performance. Respectable to everyday tasks and games run smoothly and the thermal management is great with almost no thermal throttle overall, while it isn't on par with those Flagship killers. That packed the top-tier Silicon The Edge 20s, performance is great for a mid-range phone battery life. On the other hand is just okay, the Moto Edge, 20 has a relatively small, 4,000 million power battery. And with its scored an endurance rating of 86 hours. My proprietary tests mediocre for the class. Charging speed is respectable, though, with the bundled, 30 watt adapter. We were able to charge the phone from zero to sixty eight percent in half an hour. 

motorola edge 20 Specifications

Full Phone Specifications

Body: 163.0x76.0x7.0mm, 163g; Glass front (Gorilla Glass 3), aluminum frame, plastic back; Water-repellent design.

Display: 6.70" OLED, 1B colors, 144Hz, HDR10+, 1080x2340px resolution, 19.5:9 aspect ratio, 385ppi.

Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G (6 nm): Octa-core (1x2.4 GHz Kryo 670 Prime & 3x2.2 GHz Kryo 670 Gold & 4x1.9 GHz Kryo 670 Silver); Adreno 642L.

Memory: 128GB 8GB RAM, 256GB 8GB RAM; Unspecified.

OS/Software: Android 11.

Rear camera: Wide (main): 108 MP, f/1.9, 1/1.52", 0.7µm, PDAF; Telephoto: 8 MP, f/2.4, 79mm, 1.0µm, 3x optical zoom, PDAF, OIS; Ultra wide angle: 16 MP, f/2.2, 13mm, 119˚, 1.0µm.

Front camera: 32 MP, f/2.3, (wide), 0.7µm.

Video capture: Rear camera: 4K@30fps, 1080p@30/60/120/240fps, 720p@960fps, gyro-EIS; Front camera: 1080p@30fps.

Battery: 4000mAh; Fast charging 30W.

Misc: Fingerprint reader (side-mounted); NFC.


The motorways twenties camera setup is an upgrade over last year's. There's no a 100 8 megapixel main camera together with the 8 megapixel three times. Telephoto, Kim and 16 megapixel, ultra-wide. The main cam saves 12 megapixel photos because of 9 to 1 peso Vinny and these are excellent for the class. There's plenty of resolve detail with good-looking foliage and there's low noise and dynamic range which is wide but not over-the-top. Still, we aren't fans of the heavy-handed sharpening. You get an auto mode. If you shoot a photo in the 108th episode mode and downsize, it to 12 yourself. You'll get more balanced sharpening and more detail to but is extra hassle. Portraits from the main Camp are nice with good detail and exposure subject, separation is good. If the background isn't too complex, for some reason, the photos from the 8 megapixel telephoto, camargue upscaled to 12 megapixels by default to match the resolution of the main camera. 


This Results in a loss in detail, but the detail level is still okay, and these shows have good colors contrast and dynamic range in a similar fashion. The ultra-wide photos come out in 12. Megapixels to these photos are just all right, the Distortion correction does a good job and there's high contrast and dynamic range, but the result detail is mediocre and the colors aren't that accurate. Since the ultra-wide cam has autofocus. It can shoot macro close-ups these come out in the full 16 megapixels, but it appears that they were first crops and then upscaled back to 16. This means the detail level isn't what you'd expect from this resolution. At least you get great contrast and Punchy colors in low, light shots, from the main Camp are great. There's enough detail and low noise, as well as good contrast and likeable colors. The exposure is balanced. And because of HDR, there are fewer blown highlights than you'd expect. 

Night, vision mode is only available on the main Camp. It's quite faster process and provides an even brighter exposure in. Any blown highlights are restored. It does introduce more noise to some scenes though. The telephoto camera as a reliable shooter at night. It's photos, are sharp enough and have a decent amount of detail. The colors are Lively to the images are darker and noisier than the main camps, but they're solid for this sort of camera low light photos from the ultra wide cam aren't very usable. They're quite soft and they all Are out of focus is too bad because otherwise there's good exposure. Nice colors and low noise. The Moto age. 20 has a thirty two megapixel quad Bayer front facing camera and its eight megapixel selfies are great. If there's plenty of light, they come out sharp and detailed with accurate colors and good contrast. A dynamic range is decent to thanks to HDR videos. Can be captured with the main camera and up to 4K. Resolution at 30 FPS. The quality is solid for the class with plenty of detail, low noise. 



Contrast and praiseworthy dynamic range. The colors are a bit off though. And the sharpening is a little too much and electronic stabilization isn't supported in 4k. The telephoto camera can only shoot videos in 1080P resolutions. These are likable with natural colors and balanced processing. Dynamic range is good as well. The ultra wide also shoots 1080p videos, these have enough detail for this type of camera, low noise, and wide dynamic range. So that's the Motorola E. Age 20 you get a flagship grade OLED display with both a super fast, refresh rate and touch sampling rate. The design is edgy and unique and the triple cameras are quite versatile. There's a clean Android UI and fast charging. While the chipset isn't top of the line is powerful enough, even for heavy gaming, the downsides here are that you don't get stereo speakers or a headphone jack, which the original Moto Edge did have and battery life is mediocre for the class by today's standards, but even so the Moto Edge, 

Is a nice upper mid-range. ER, and if the screen and Camera experience are your priority is worth. Recommending. Thanks for watching, guys. Stay safe and see you on the next one.

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