The camera specs of Motorola's true 2021 flagship may have already been revealed

The camera specs of Motorola's true 2021 flagship may have already been revealed
If you're wondering what could possibly come after last year's Snapdragon 865-powered Motorola Edge+ and the early 2021-released Edge S with Snapdragon 870 inside, well, so are we. Wondering, that is, whether the Lenovo-owned company might be preparing the launch of a next-gen Edge flagship or the early retirement of an increasingly confusing brand.

Whatever official names they'll end up getting, we "know" three different high-end Moto devices are in the pipeline, and after purportedly revealing some of the key specs of a handset codenamed Kyoto just last week, the folks over at TechnikNews are now doing the same for an otherwise mysterious phone internally known as "Berlin."

This is likely to join the Motorola Edge family with the same 108MP primary rear-facing camera as the aforementioned "Edge Kyoto" while featuring improved 16MP ultra-wide-angle and 8MP depth sensors... in Europe.

Curiously enough, the US-bound version of the Motorola "Edge Berlin" is expected to settle for an 8-megapixel ultra-wide and 2MP depth cam on its back, which means there may not be much to distinguish that particular model from the "Edge Kyoto", at least as far as imaging specifications are concerned.

Meanwhile, the two "Berlin" variants are tipped to share an impressive-sounding 32MP (single) selfie snapper, but in the absence of details about things like screen size, resolution, refresh rate, processing power, memory, battery capacity, or charging speeds, it's hard to say whether we're dealing with a true flagship following in the footsteps of the Edge+ or an upper mid-range model in the vein of 2020's "regular" Edge.

Any such prediction is made that much more difficult by the absence of inside information on the third Edge "flagship" currently said to be in the works and reportedly codenamed Sierra.

We obviously fully expect at least one of these three to headline our roundup of 2021's best Motorola phones soon, although it remains to be seen if any of them will also prove good enough or affordable enough to make our lists of the all-around best phones out there or the best budget 5G phones.

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