The Motorola Edge 20 Pro, Edge 20, and Edge 20 Lite are a trio of new Android phones that Motorola has announced. The Motorola Edge 20 Lite is an entry-level phone with exceptional specs at a cheap price, while the Edge 20 Pro is the series’ high-powered flagship and the Edge 20 is aimed at the mid-range category.
The Edge 20 Lite, unsurprisingly, appears similar to the rest of the new Motorola Edge phones. The phone is available in two colors: Electric Graphite and Lagoon Green, and has a glossy and polished appearance. With a thickness of 8.25mm, the Edge 20 Lite is slightly thicker than the other Edge 20 phones. But it’s thicker for a reason: this phone features a larger battery and a less intrusive camera module than the others. The cheapest Edge 20 phone weighs 185 grams.
When it comes to the back of the Edge 20 Lite, it’s made of plastic. The phone has a punch-hole camera on the front and significantly larger bezels than the rest of the series. Another distinction between the Edge 20 Lite and its siblings is the fingerprint scanner, which is housed in the power button on the phone’s side, as opposed to the under-display scanners found on the Edge 20 and Edge 20 Pro versions.
The addition of a headphone port at the bottom of the Edge 20 Lite is a pleasant surprise. The good news keeps on coming with the phone’s inclusion of a MicroSD card slot.
The Motorola Edge 20 Lite phone’s display is a little degradation from the more expensive phones in the series. It’s a 6.7-inch OLED panel with FHD+ resolution, but unlike the non-Lite variants, it only has a 90Hz refresh rate. This isn’t to say that the panel isn’t good; it just isn’t as good as the panels on the other Edge 20 devices.
The Edge 20 Lite features a triple-camera system. The main camera is the same 108MP f/1.9 aperture, However, this is not the case with the other cameras on the Edge 20 Lite.
Another feature carried over from the pricier Edge 20 phones is the front camera. It’s the same 32MP selfie camera with an f/2.25 aperture as before.
The MediaTek Dimensity 720 CPU powers Motorola’s Edge 20 Lite. This chip supports 5G and should provide adequate performance for the Edge 20 Lite. There is 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, which can be expanded as previously stated.
We also claimed that the Edge 20 Lite features the series’ largest battery. The new low-cost phone comes with a 5,000mAh battery and 30W quick cable charging. The Lite edition, like its more expensive siblings, does not support wireless charging.
In terms of software, the low-cost phone runs Android 11 with the company’s My UX UI. It works with the Motorola Ready For software platform, which lets you connect your phone to your TV or PC and share your games, photographs, videos, and data on a larger screen. Some of the Ready For platform capabilities are limited on the Edge 20 Lite, according to Motorola.
The Motorola Edge 20 Lite is expected to be available in the coming weeks for €350. The phone comes with a 30W charger, a case, and a headset in the box (packaging and pricing may vary in different markets).
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