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Motorola’s 2020 and 2021 Edge beauties are on sale at lower prices than ever

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While the expanded Moto G family has traditionally attracted more attention than…pretty much anything else American smartphone buyers can get on a tight budget these days, the decidedly premium-looking Motorola Edge range also includes a number of devices that are more often than not available at hard prices. competitive prices.

We’re clearly talking about slightly older and more modest models than this year’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 powered Edge+ giant, but with gorgeous proprietary jumbo-sized screens, as well as 5G connectivity and large batteries equipped with fast-charging technology in tow, the OG Motorola Edge and the Edge (2021) certainly deliver great bang for the buck right now at $299, respectively. 99 and $399.99.

Those are below the exact same list price of $699.99, and as far as we know you’re looking at new record-high discounts of $400 and $300, respectively, with no strings attached and no special requirements.

Both unlocked handsets come with a hefty 256 gigs of internal storage, which is far more impressive as far as the older microSD-supported edition is concerned. The newer generation won’t let you expand your local digital hamster room or plug in your good old-fashioned wired headphones, unfortunately, but of course it comes with a newer and faster Snapdragon 778 processor under the hood, as well as a whopping 8 gigs of RAM memory.
Powered by a Snapdragon 765 chipset combined with a memory of 6 GB, the 2020 released Motorola Edge is definitely no fun, especially not by the 2022 standards of under $400 and especially when you also factor in the aggressively curved 6.7-inch OLED display which is capable of refreshing your content at a decent rate. smooth 90Hz rate.
Strangely enough, the Motorola Edge (2021) has a non-edgy 6.8-inch LCD display… which we’re sure some of you will prefer, especially when you consider its excellent support for a 144Hz refresh rate. This bad boy also has better cameras, a bigger battery and faster charging capabilities compared to its predecessor, likely bidding for the title of best affordable phone out there, even almost a year after its commercial debut.

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