Moto Edge X Teaser Out, Could be one of the First Smartphones With Snapdragon 898

Let’s take a look at more details of the Motorola Moto Edge X specs, launch, and other details.


Motorola is gearing up for the launch of its next flagship smartphone. The company has launched its Edge 20 series in India and other markets with the Edge 20 Pro packing the Snapdragon 870 SoC. The next Motorola flagship will debut with the Edge X moniker. The company has officially teased the launch of the Edge X in China. The new teaser does not reveal much about the upcoming Motorola smartphone. However, reports suggest that this device will come with Qualcomm’s next flagship processor. Let’s take a look at more details of the Motorola Moto Edge X specs, launch, and other details.

Moto Edge X launch

Motorola has confirmed the launch of its next flagship called the Edge X. The device will launch in China later this year. Chen Jin, General Manager of Lenovo China Mobile Phone Business Department, shared a teaser of the upcoming Motorola smartphone’s launch. For those unaware, Motorola was acquired by Lenovo from Google in 2014.

The senior executive did not reveal any specs but claimed that the phone will offer powerful performance, according to a GizmoChina report. It is being speculated that the Edge X could feature a Snapdragon 898 SoC, which is rumoured to debut at the Qualcomm Summit on November 30. That being said, it is also possible that the phone could come with a Snapdragon 888 SoC as it is the only flagship processor of 2021 missing from Motorola’s portfolio. Word is that the G200, which is codenamed Yukon, could feature the SD888 SoC. We can expect some more clarity on the same in the coming days.

We do not have any other details of the upcoming Motorola flagship. However, it would be safe to expect a 144Hz refresh rate AMOLED display, 8GB/ 12GB of RAM, around 5000 mAh battery with 30W/ 33W fast charging support, etc. The phone could also feature a 108MP triple-camera setup on the back. These are mere speculations and we advise our readers to wait for the official announcement for more details.