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Motorola Edge (5G, 6.7" FHD+ 90°, Qualcomm Snapdragon SM7250, 64MP, Batterie 4500 mAH, Dual SIM, 6/128GB Android 10) £474.97 @ Amazon France
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Motorola Edge (5G, 6.7" FHD+ 90°, Qualcomm Snapdragon SM7250, 64MP, Batterie 4500 mAH, Dual SIM, 6/128GB Android 10) £474.97 @ Amazon France

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Posted 12th May
Motorola Edge (5G, 6.7" FHD+ 90°, Qualcomm Snapdragon SM7250, 64MP, Batterie 4500 mAH, Dual SIM, 6/128GB, Android 10), Black
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Snapdragon 765! Midrange processor, this price is about right for this midrange phone.
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Seems pretty good compared to the expected rrp of £579. Heat. techradar.com/uk/…now
Its Amazing Price
Much better priced than the Edge Plus.
Interesting. Wish it was 4g and £100 less though.
Snapdragon 765! Midrange processor, this price is about right for this midrange phone.
Best smartphone ever - 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Was looking forward to one of these but the reviews seem to be a bit meh... shall wait and see what prices do
The 720 processor is the let down.. Again for everyday life it will be fine..
Moto just confirmed that they will only do 1 year maybe of updates. So it'sandroidauthority.com/mot…rue a no buy from me.
Denney_Masters12/05/2020 07:58

Moto just confirmed that they will only do 1 year maybe of updates. So …Moto just confirmed that they will only do 1 year maybe of updates. So it'shttps://www.androidauthority.com/motorola-edge-plus-updates-1113427/amp/?__twitter_impression=true a no buy from me.


Wow that's bad, I guess at least they're honest but 1 year of updates is rubbish, phones should really have several years min and mid range should be more. Lenovo have done a good job of ruining the once innovative Motorola brand.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 12th May
Liaqat_Hussain2a312/05/2020 07:45

The 720 processor is the let down.. Again for everyday life it will be …The 720 processor is the let down.. Again for everyday life it will be fine..


I guess it's how long you want the phone to last (should be ok for 2 years, but might get sluggish over that)?
spannerzone12/05/2020 08:17

Wow that's bad, I guess at least they're honest but 1 year of updates is …Wow that's bad, I guess at least they're honest but 1 year of updates is rubbish, phones should really have several years min and mid range should be more. Lenovo have done a good job of ruining the once innovative Motorola brand.


For the RRP price they are charging its a joke.
UmBungoh12/05/2020 04:10

Snapdragon 765! Midrange processor, this price is about right for this …Snapdragon 765! Midrange processor, this price is about right for this midrange phone.



Agree. I'm waiting for the Edge Plus. That has the top Snapdragon. That could be a real flahship killer depending on the price.
Omnivoracity12/05/2020 00:45

Seems pretty good compared to the expected rrp of £579. Heat. …Seems pretty good compared to the expected rrp of £579. Heat. https://www.techradar.com/uk/news/motorola-edge-release-date-price-specs-and-all-you-need-to-know


RRP is meaningless for phones. Especially in the Android world.
Good deal, but when I watched review it looked like a massive brick
Was looking forward to the Edge+ but after a hands on and the price it pretty much changed my mind. Screen was way too curved for my liking, and the price too high. Hoping the 8T/Pro offer some tangible improvements (camera and more specifically video), will hold out until then.
Edited by: "3anana" 12th May
bozo00712/05/2020 09:20

RRP is meaningless for phones. Especially in the Android world.


Certainly becomes less relevant the further you get from release date.
good deal
No Wireless charging? Piece of crap
Will5on12/05/2020 12:42

No Wireless charging? Piece of crap


Given how slow wireless charging is most of the time, it is not a deal breaker for me.
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