The Edge 20 Pro comes with its own docking accessory: a USB-C to HDMI cable that’s used to hook up the Edge 20 Pro to a monitor and use its desktop UI. There’s also a 30W charger and a thin factory case.
The design gives off major “slab energy”. In addition to the volume and power keys, there’s a Google Assistant shortcut key on the left side of the phone. All the keys seem like they are quite high up along the edges. The display is a large 6.7-inch OLED panel with 1080x2400px resolution and that supports a 144Hz refresh rate.
The back has a matte finish glass with iridescent reflecting design, and the triple camera setup consists of a 108MP main camera, 8MP periscope camera with 5X optical zoom, and a 16MP ultrawide camera. There’s a dew-drop notch in the front that houses a 32MP selfie camera.
Powering this guy is the Snapdragon 870 5G chipset with 6GB to 12GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage. Speaking of power, the 4,500 mAh battery can get quick top-ups with the included 30W charger. We’re expecting great performance from the Edge 20 Pro with its high-refresh rate display.
Motorola’s software has normally behaved much like stock Android, with the exceptions of its Moto Experiences like the gesture shortcuts and automated features that don’t weigh down the software.
Motorola Edge 20 Pro (left) and Edge 20 (right)
The Motorola Edge 20 Pro looks promising, but there’s a lot of competition that match the Edge 20 Pro on paper. It will have to really deliver for the €700 mark. Stay tuned for our findings on the Edge 20 Pro. In the meantime, we should be wrapping up with our review of the Motorola Edge 20.