Motorola Edge 2024 looks to be a great Pixel 8a alternative

The midrange offering from Motorola has received a price drop

Motorola Edge 2024

If you’re looking for a compelling alternative to the Google Pixel 8a, Motorola’s latest midrange phone offering could be it.

Updated for 2024, the midrange offering from Motorola has received a price drop and is now just $550.

Some other notable improvements include a larger battery—a 5,000 mAh battery, up from last year’s 4,400 mAh battery and a dedicated Quick Button on the device that enables users to launch their favorite apps or execute specific actions instantaneously, adding a layer of customization and efficiency to daily interactions.

Motorola Edge 2024

Otherwise, the Motorola Edge 2024 features the same curved 6.6-inch pOLED endless edge display that the 2023 model had.

At its core, the Motorola Edge 2024 runs on the Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 Mobile Platform. The Motorola Edge 2024 should effortlessly manage large files and handle multitasking without compromising speed.

One of the more notable features of the Motorola Edge 2024 is its primary camera system. The 50MP camera has a Sony LYTIATM 700C image sensor that powers Motorola’s “fastest Auto Night Vision yet.” This new sensor promises to deliver detailed photos in low-light conditions 15 times faster than previous Motorola Edge devices. 

The Motorola Edge 2024 also has a 13MP ultra wide-angle lens and Macro Vision camera for capturing expansive landscapes, and a 32MP front camera – which is ideal for social media enthusiasts.

Other camera features include optical image stabilization (OIS) and an adaptive stabilization feature that uses AI to detect hand movements and deliver stable, blur-free images and footage.

Like with its predecessor, its 68W TurboPower charging feature will recharge the battery in just 15 minutes. Additionally, 15W wireless charging offers flexibility, allowing users to power up wirelessly.

Scheduled for release on June 20th, the Motorola Edge 2024 will be universally unlocked and available for purchase at  Amazon.com, Best Buy, and Motorola.com.

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