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The flagship Motorola Edge+ 5G looks stunning in these leaked renders

Motorola exited the flagship smartphone segment two years ago following the huge failure that was the Moto Z2 Force. But with 5G connectivity sparking interest among consumers, the Lenovo-owned company has spotted an opportunity to re-enter the market.

The new smartphone is set to be marketed as the Motorola Edge+ and new renders courtesy of Steve Hemmerstoffer and PriceBaba explain why.

A waterfall display with a tiny punch hole

In an attempt to differentiate itself from the increasingly generic crowd, the Motorola Edge+ features a large waterfall display that sits somewhere between 6.5-inches and 6.8-inches complete with very pronounced curved edges, hence the name, and impressively thin bezels.

Most smartphone brands this year are expected to adopt punch-hole selfie camera implementations on their devices and Motorola will be no different. But if these renders are accurate, the punch hole could be so small that it’s barely noticeable.

The rear of the smartphone features a triple-camera setup paired with the Motorola batwing logo, the latter of which is surrounded by an LED that probably doubles as a notification indicator. 

A dual-LED flash and a couple of noise canceling microphones are also visible on the back. What appears to be a laser autofocus system is present too.

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