A few months ago, Motorola made its comeback as a flagship smartphone manufacturer with the Motorola Edge+. Even though the phone was not well received, it had its fair share of flagship features, mainly the ability to record video up to 6K (3240p), the curved OLED display, and a Snapdragon 865 processor. The flagship was accompanied by an upper mid-tier phone called Motorola Edge, which was powered by Snapdragon 765G. The rest of the features were mostly the same except for a lower grade camera system.
Rumors regarding another model in the new Edge family were circling for a few weeks. Now a mysterious Motorola device with model number XT2075-3 with similar specifications has been spotted at the FCC (Federal Communications Commission). Rumors suggest that it is going to be the cheapest smartphone in the Edge lineup, thus the name Motorola Edge Lite.
According to a report from XDA Developers, the device will be 5G ready. Other specifications include a FHD+ display with a 21:9 aspect ratio, a snapdragon 765 SoC, and a 4800mAh battery. It may be the cheapest 5G capable offering by Motorola.
The listing features two models of the smartphone the XT2075-1 will be the Verizon model while the model number mentioned above number will be of the global version. Lastly, the Verizon model will not feature a dedicated Google Assistant button while the global version will feature it. The device may cost around $450.