Motorola is getting set for an event on July 7 which will begin at 3PM CET. The company is yet to reveal what the event is about but the Edge Lite is likely to pop up there seeing as it recently received FCC certification with a 4,700 mAh battery and 5G support.
The details from FCC about the Edge Lite were quite scarce but a leak earlier claimed that the smartphone will come with the Snapdragon 765 SoC under the hood with up to 6GB RAM and up to 128GB storage.
The Edge Lite will boot Android 10 and feature a 6.7″ 90Hz FullHD+ screen with an aspect ratio of 21:9, but it won’t be a waterfall display. A fingerprint reader will sit underneath and a punch hole will be in the top-left corner for an 8MP selfie camera combined with by a 2MP depth sensor.
A 48MP primary camera along with 16MP, 8MP and 5MP modules, will be seen on the rear of the Motorola Edge Lite.
A USB-C port that charges at up to 18W will power the phone and will come with NFC and dual-SIM support for selected models of the phone. The international model of the Edge Lite will feature a dedicated key for Google Assistant.
The Edge Lite pricing is rumored to start at around €399 in Europe.