It’s no big secret that Motorola actually likes to keep busy announce a new phone (or two, or more) these days every few weeks or so, when you always have a full range of other Android devices in the pipeline.
The Edge family will soon have two (very different) new members
That makes it unsurprising to hear that a Motorola Edge 30 Fusion is coming… sometime in 2022, although the lack of concrete information on this particular model is certainly a bit unusual.
The Edge 30 Fusion will (obviously) follow in the footsteps of the Edge 20 Fusion (shown here).
Still, we’re definitely curious what this mysterious villain will bring to the old continent, aside from the mandatory 5G connectivity and a rumored MediaTek Dimensity 900 processor.
The arguably significantly cheaper Motorola Edge 30 Lite, meanwhile, isn’t a big question mark, almost certainly pairing a Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 SoC with a fast-charging 4,000mAh or so battery, while packing the exact same 8GB of memory and 128GB of internal storage. like the Edge 30 Fusion… for a very reasonable price of €399.
Coated in silver, “moonless night” and “veri peri” (huh?), the Edge 30 Lite will also have 5G support, which probably means the camera is the main area where the Edge 30 Fusion has room to show its superiority. show and justify its rumored price.
Two ultra-low-cost devices are also in the works
The G32 is probably more humble than the G42 (pictured here).
Granted, the G32 is rumored to support 90Hz screen refresh rate technology, but the HD+ resolution of the 6.5-inch panel certainly hints at a price below $200.
The Moto E12, meanwhile, is almost guaranteed to be in that bracket, reportedly raking in no more than $139 with a, let’s not mince words, a horrendous 2GB RAM, 32 gigs of local digital hamster space, and “dark” and white color options. There’s no point in guessing how much (or how little) these dirt-cheap phones could cost in the US, as history clearly indicates no such release is planned.