Motorola: Moto Edge S could debut Snapdragon 870 5G on the market

After seeing the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 5G announced, Motorola went ahead to announce the release date of its new smartphone, the Moto Edge S.

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Motorola recently took to the Chinese social network Weibo to leave some advice on this smartphone and its new processor, but now its launch date is confirmed, with the presentation scheduled for January 26.

The Snapdragon 870 5G processor (details of which can be seen here), can even debut in this team in the Moto Edge S. The new Qualcomm chip uses TSMC’s 7nm microarchitecture and is an evolution of the Snapdragon 865 +, with its Kryo 585 prime-core. (based on the Cortex-A77) reaching impressive 3.2 GHz ratings.

In fact, this is now the highest clocked processor on the market, outperforming processors like the Kirin 9000 or the Snapdragon 888 and 865+.

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In addition to letting us know the release date and processor, Motorola did not provide any further details on the new Moto Edge S. Still, several rumors have surfaced, with an emphasis on information about a possible OLED display. 6.7 inches with an unusual 105 Hz refresh rate.

With this, the Moto Edge S is believed to have similar characteristics to the Moto Edge +, so the 5000 mAh battery and the three photosensors on the rear can be kept, with the main camera being a 64MP sensor.

However, despite being quite reasonable proposals for the final product, it is advisable to wait until January 26 to see the new Moto Edge S and all its features.

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Source: Motorola (on Weibo)
Via: GSM Arena

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