The Motorola Edge Plus is the company's new 5G flagship phone, which costs $1,000.
It goes on sale in May and costs $1,000.
The Motorola Edge Plus has a 6.7-inch OLED screen.
The screen wraps around the edges of the phone.
The edges can be turned off entirely if desired.
Motorola says it has built-in grip and touch suppression to prevent you from touching the edges of the screen when using the phone.
The phone's screen also has a 90Hz variable refresh rate.
It's fastest to date on a Motorola phone.
It runs on Android 10 out of the box.
The phone has three cameras on its rear, led by a 108-megapixel main shooter.
It also has a 8-megapixel telephoto camera, and a 16-megapixel ultrawide-angle macro camera.
On the front, there's a hole-punch notch, which houses a 25-megapixel selfie camera.
The phone's main camera can produce a 27-megapixel image.
Optical Image Stabilization is found on both the main camera and the telephoto camera.
The Motorola Edge Plus phone can capture 6K video and has a cool video portrait mode, which blurs the background of a video.
The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 865 chipset and has 12GB RAM along with 256GB of internal storage.
Motorola manages to cram a 5,000-mAh battery into the sleekly designed Edge Plus.
It also offers 15-watt turbo charging and support for wireless charging.
When the phone is facing down, the edges light up for notifications or to show how much battery you have left.
Moto Gametime allows you to setup and customize two shoulder buttons for better gameplay.
Stereo speakers also appear on the Edge Plus.
Motorola claims the speakers are the loudest ever on a phone.
The Edge Plus will be available on Verizon as an exclusive.
The phone has a tall narrow screen which makes it easy to hold.
The Edge Plus lacks an IP rating for water and dust resistance.
It does have a coating that protects the phone from splashes.
The Motorola Edge Plus comes in two color options, Thunder Grey and Smoky Sangria.