Moto Edge 30 Pro leak confirms stylus support and a familiar folio case


Earlier this week, amidst all of the Samsung and Google hubbub, Motorola thought it would be slick and began teasing an event slated for February 24. The only “official” indication of what could be coming later this month can be found in the promo images tagline of #findyouredge. This pretty much confirms that Motorola is ready to unveil its next series of Moto Edge devices, with one of them actually poised to take on the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

Now, Evan Blass (@evleaks) has shared a couple of images of the Moto Edge 30 Pro, along with a promo video that shows off one of the phone’s defining features. The first image provided is just the same as you would expect, as it only shows off the front and back of the phone. There’s not much to note here, other than the fact that it will offer a triple camera setup on the back, and a hole-punch selfie cutout.

The next image and short promo video start to get a bit more interesting. It appears that Motorola will be offering a unique folio case with a middle cutout that will act as a window when your phone is locked. This is akin to Samsung’s S-View Folio case, which shows the time, date, battery level, and any notifications that have arrived. It also seems that the Edge 30 Pro will feature support for a Motorola-branded stylus, something that we’ve only previously seen on the Moto G Stylus series.

As for the case itself, this is somewhat showcased in the promo video, as it folds back in such a way for you to easily prop up your phone. This brings some added versatility that is definitely welcome and not often found when it comes to folio cases for smartphones. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem as though Motorola is going to copy Samsung’s new Galaxy S22 Ultra full-stop, as this looks more like what we saw with the Galaxy S21 Ultra. The Edge 30 Pro will offer stylus support, but you’ll have to pick one up separately if you want to use it.

Rumors for the Edge 30 Pro point to being powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, along with dual 50MP rear cameras supported by a tertiary camera with unknown specs. We’re also expecting to see up to a 144Hz refresh rate, along with a 5,000mAh battery with support for 68W fast charging. Motorola’s event is slated to kick off in less than two weeks, so we don’t have long to wait to see what Motorola has been up to.


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