Motorola has undergone a series of major changes in recent years. Still, the popular smartphone manufacturers have experienced a gleaming resurgence since many of its new smartphones have been a hit among users, offering a great balance between style, features, and affordable price.
The company has been hard on several devices that have been released in the last months, and it seems that a new one is on its way. Several sources have argued that a Lite version of the popular Motorola Edge could surface on the market soon, and the rumor is reinforced by a new report.
As expected, the specifictions of the Lite version have been lowered in comparison to the original. It is thought that it will be powered by a Snapdragon 765G or Snapdragon 730G SoC. A smartphone with the model number XT2075-3 has been approved by the FCC and is also listed by a retail store from Europe.
The use of the Snapdragon SoC mentioned above suggests that the device is being designed as a mid-range smartphone, and there is little to no detail about the devices, with one key clue being the XT2075 code.
Could be released soon
A version of the smartphone with the XT2075-3 codename has been observed and announced by a popular source. The listing for the device mentions that the smartphone may come with support for 5G as well as 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage space.
Motorola hasn’t shared any official announcement for now. Still, the price of the Lite version should be lower in comparison to the Edge+, which is marketed as a flagship model and the standard Motorola Edge. Many hope that the Lite version will keep the quad-camera array present on the Edge, which features an impressive 108MP main sensor as well as a telephoto, ultrawide, and depth sensor.
An official announcement could drop in the following weeks.
Willie Hahn, senior editor at The Trending Times, writes about the intersection between money and politics with a focus on lobbying and tech articles. Willie previously at the Android Authority and Vice. Willie can be reached by email.