Yesteday Motorola unveiled the Edge+ and Edge – they share a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with 90Hz refresh rate and general design, but have different chipsets, batteries and camera setups.
The Motorola Edge+ has the superior 108MP camera, which outputs 27MP 4-in-1 pixel-binned results, while the vanilla Edge has a 64MP main camera that combines 4 pixels into 1 for 16MP. The 16MP 13mm ultrawide snapper is shared between the two while the 8MP telephoto comes with 3x zoom on the Edge+ and 2x on the regular Edge.
After the announcement Motorola released a bunch of sample images, taken with the pair of Edge smartphones and we’ve compiled them neatly for you below.
Starting with the Motorola Edge+.
Main camera samples in 27MP binned mode
Main camera samples 27MP 108MP 108MP
Motorola Moto Edge+ City Nightscape Night Vision Off Night Vision On
Motorola Moto Edge+ Portrait Mode
And here are the sample images from the Motorola Moto Edge.
Motorola Edge main camera samples in 16MP binned mode
Main camera 64MP mode Long exposure mode Macro
Ultrawide camera sample 1 Ultrawide camera sample 2 Telephoto sample
Official camera samples are amazing to look at, but we don’t know how much effort or extra equipment was involved in creating them so we’ll reserve our judgement until we get to review the two phones.