There are three different names for Motorola’s newest flagship phone: Edge X30 in China, Edge 30 Pro worldwide, and Edge+ in North America. There were no release dates attached to the Edge+ when it first appeared in China in December and made its global debut at the end of February.
To be specific: up till now. A firm release date for the new Edge+ has been announced by Motorola’s US arm. The big day is approaching faster than you might expect. It will be revealed on Thursday, March 24th, which is actually today.
Motorola’s online shop, Best Buy, and Amazon will all sell it unlocked. You’ll be able to get one for for $899 for a limited time when the product launches.
As of March 24, a Verizon-branded variant of the phone will also be available on the Big Red network. On the other hand, the full retail price of this model is $849, or $23.62 a month for a period of three years if you choose to pay in installments.
OLED display, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, 8/12GB RAM, 128/256/512 GB of storage, a triple back camera system (50MP main, 50MP ultrawide, 2MP depth sensor), a 60MP selfie snapper, and a 4,800 mAh battery that can be charged at 30W and 15W wirelessly. It’s powered by Android 12.