October 23, 2021

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Well equipped phone for 600 euros.  Do they weigh its flaws?

Well equipped phone for 600 euros. Do they weigh its flaws?

Last year Motorola introduced a new series of smartphones called Edge. Then it was her attempt to make a big comeback among the upper class. Moto Edge Plus He was really well equipped, but some conditions didn’t affect his carat.

The price at which they decided to create a novelty roughly corresponds to the situation with competing devices, but at the same time it was really high for the conditions of this brand. At that time, I bought a better equipped Edge Plus model from our market for up to 1200 euros.

Another interesting fact is that in modernity the brand decided to offer a screen with curved edges, it seemed as if other manufacturers were holding back. However, mixed reactions and emotions over time, the price tag was corrected and the phones sold well.

The brand maintained this trend and the smartphone had a current successor Edge 20 Pro. This time the price is lower, about 600 euros, although according to promises we will see shares of five hundred. At first, we reveal that for the money, the phone really made sense to us. So what do you expect from him?

See the test images of the Motorola Edge 20 Pro:

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The new design may be a somewhat exaggerated statement, but in our view it really does represent a more significant shift. For example, the Edge 20 Pro got rid of it compared to its predecessor, the screen with curved edges. It came as a surprise to us and we must honestly say that the curved screen on the Edge Plus did not interfere.

The English name Edge, derived from the word edge, may refer to the curved edges of a first-generation phone screen. In the new version of Edge 20 Pro, there is only a flat screen. The reactions of the surroundings show that this is what people today feel the most sympathy for.

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