The Motorola Edge 20 Pro is its premium Edge 20 model. It gives Motorola a phone that, at $899, levels the playing field in the upper-midrange market.

Interestingly we have all three Motorola Edge 20 models for review, as well as the new g50. All have a similar look and feel, 6.7” screens and 30W Turbo Charge batteries in a good, better, best scenario – stay tuned.

The only real problem is that it is also competing with itself too. The Motorola Edge 20 at $699 is no slouch either – we have a comparison of all three Motorola Edge models here.

For the extra $200, the Edge 20 Pro gives a 100% DCI-P3, Gorilla Glass 5 screen, faster processor, more ram and storage, USB-C 3.1 and slightly more battery life.

Get ‘ready for’ Motorola Edge 20 Pro

Motorola has added ‘ready for’, an Android desktop experience on an external TV, monitor and PC. We will explore that more in-depth in a later review but suffice to say it adds (connectivity features depend on the model – Edge 20 Pro does everything):

  • PC connection to access Android apps, use BT keyboards and mice, easy switch between Windows and Android
  • Wirelessly miracast to a smart TV or PC
  • USB-C to USB-C wired to a smart TV or monitor
  • USB-C to HDMI wired to a smart TV or monitor

Ready for modes include:

  • Android Mobile desktop – use the Edge 20 Pro as a PC
  • TV mode – stream/display from any content source on a TV
  • Games – create a console-like experience for Android games inc a BT controller
  • Video chat – use the Edge 30 camera as a webcam and cast the image to a TV (Google Duo or similar video chat apps)

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