Motorola has not had a good time in recent years, what was once one of the dominant phone companies, they saw a sharp decline in market share leading to years of loses and the eventual sale to Lenovo.
Things started to look up last year, Lenovo revealed that its mobile business group – which houses Motorola — had a profitable year and its second straight profitable quarter.
Recently Motorola announced the new Razer, an updated version of the iconic phone with a foldable OLED display. It’s mid-range specs and the painfully high price tag will likely limit how successful it will be in 2020, but it has put the Motorola name back in front of our faces.
Motorola are now expected to compliment the Razer launch with their first true flagship device in 2 years, the Edge+.
It is planned to launch on the 23rd of February as part of MWC 2020 and a new listing on Geekbench has revealed a little about its specification.
The smartphone scored 4106 in the single-core test. It recorded a score of 12823 in the multi-core test. It is driven by an octa-core chipset by Qualcomm that has a base frequency of 1.80GHz which uses the motherboard name burton.
Normally for a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 device the code name Kona is used but the spec and performance would indicate that the phone is using the SD865.
The Geekbench listing also reveals that the phone will have 12GB RAM.
Not much else is known about the phone, it was leaked that the phone will be using a punch-hole display, and that is about it so far.