Motorola Edge 20

Ershad Kaleebullah

Review Highlights

The Edge 20's design stands out among the crowd. The Motorola Edge 20 has a flat-edge design, and despite being a big phone, it's slim and light. However, Motorola should’ve definitely done better with the button placements.

The colours on the 6.7-inch AMOLED panel look rich.  The panel has been tuned really well. One of the downsides of the Edge 20 is the fact that you only get Corning’s older-gen Gorilla Glass 3 support.

Edge 20’s camera performance can be categorised as one where the brand tries to throw everything at the wall and some things stick. The low light performance needs a lot of work from the brand's end.

One of the key advantages of the Edge 20, is its near Stock Android experience with fantastic Motorola features, from chop-chop to open the camera to customising options with Moto Styles.

The Edge 20 has the new Snapdragon 778 super mid-range chip inside it. The phone performs well in day to day tasks, but Motorola seems to be throttling the CPU performance of the processor.

The lack of a stereo speaker setup is definitely a sore point on the Edge 20. The Edge 20 is future-proof in terms of 5G bands and offer a lot of band options.

You can expect up to 7 hours of screen on time with auto-refresh turned on. The Edge 20 charges in under an hour and 15 minutes with the 30W HyperCharge tech.

In short, this phone is clearly aimed at the outliers. The ones who value the design, display, and software over other parameters