When the Motorola Edge debuted in mid-2020, the edges of its display curved in an elegant and dramatic fashion, leading us to believe these edges were what the name was referring to. However the Edge 20 series doesn’t have this curve, leading us to wonder what that name is about. Well, Motorola has elaborated.
In a comment to TechRadar, Motorola explained the logic behind the Edge 20 series naming scheme, including why the phones don’t have tapered screens and why there’s a Pro and Lite this year (last year there was the standard and Plus models).
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