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Vanilla Motorola Edge 50 5G coming to Europe in July, price leaked

Vanilla Motorola Edge 50 5G coming to Europe in July, price leaked

Motorola Edge 50 Ultra | Image credits: Phonearena

Motorola introduced the Edge 50 Ultra last month, which was soon followed by two more members of the Edge 50 family, the Fusion and the Pro. However, there’s one model missing from the lineup, the vanilla variant that we expected Motorola to introduce alongside the Ultra. Apparently, Motorola wants to keep the Edge 50 series in the spotlight for as long as possible. The US company is planning to launch the regular Edge 50 model later this month, a new report claims.

The folks over at 91mobiles quote a reliable source as saying that the Motorola Edge 50 5G will launch in Europe for around €600 right away. This makes it the third most expensive Edge 50 phone in the series after the Edge 50 Ultra and Edge 50 Pro. Motorola Edge 50 Fusion remains the cheapest phone in the series at just €400.

The same report reveals the Motorola Edge 50 5G’s color options in Europe: gray, green, and peach. It’s also worth noting that the rumored price of €600 is for the 12/512GB model, so the Edge 50 5G could end up being a bit cheaper if Motorola decides to release different models with less memory.

Unfortunately, no information regarding the Edge 50 5G’s specs has leaked yet. The only confirmed details are pretty standard for most phones these days, such as NFC (Near Field Communication) support, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 6, and 5G.

Like the other Edge 50 phones, the vanilla model will ship with Android 14 out of the box. While the Edge 50 5G is expected to arrive in Europe later this month, it’s safe to say Motorola will be bringing it to other countries as well.

It remains to be seen if and when Motorola will change the name and/or specs of the phone in other countries. Stay tuned for more information on this.