Motorola Edge 30 Fusion: Worth the Price? | Cell Guru

Motorola has launched its latest flagship killer, the Moto Edge 30 Fusion. This phone ticks all the right boxes with premium features and impressive specifications, but is that enough to compete with the likes of Xiaomi and Realme? Watch our review to find out. About NDTV: NDTV brings you unbiased and comprehensive coverage of news

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion: Worth the Price? | Cell Guru


Motorola recently launched its latest Flagship killer the Moto Edge 30 Fusion it is the company’s latest premium smartphone offering under RS 50 000. on paper it takes all the right boxes with its features and specifications but in a segment that is already populated with the likes of xiaomi and realme can it stand its ground find out in our review.

Right out of the box the Moto h30 Fusion is a good looking device the curved display and the matte finish pack gives the phone a premium look the phone is fairly light at 175 grams it is also slim at 7.45 MM making it one of the thinnest phones thanks to the thin design the phone fits comfortably in one hand and it is easy to use the matte.

Finish at the back makes the phone free from smudges and fingerprints the front and the back of the phone have Gorilla Glass fire protection the phone comes with ip52 rating there is no 3.5 mm headphone jack but the 30 Fusion offers a stereo speaker setup coming to the display of the x30 fusion there is a 6.55 inch poled display with.

Full HD Plus resolution and a 144 Hertz refresh rate the 10-bit display supports a billion colors and gives a vivid viewing experience it has a punch hole for the front camera thanks to the great refresh rate the experience of watching HP content was great leaving us highly impressed we had no problems using the phone Outdoors.

Under bright sunlight all because of the 1100 nits of heat brightness the phone has stereo speakers that are loud and clear the speakers deliver decent bass and we were plenty happy the Moto Edge 30 Fusion is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 plus chipset the processor is fast and can handle everything with ease the apps open and.

Load quickly and run seamlessly in the background multi-tab browsing social media browsing was a breeze and we have no complaints on this front however where we did have a complaint was while playing games the phone was heating up a lot we did not have the best experience while playing Motorola could surely have worked on this.

Slightly more the phone runs on Android 12 based my ux skin out of the box the phone has a 50 MP primary camera with Optical image stabilization a 13mp Ultra wide camera with autofocus for macro shots and a 2mp macro lens it features a 32np front camera the 50 MP main camera produces some great.

Images there are plenty of details and the color accuracy is pretty spot on the low light images taken with the primary lens are also noteworthy it plays well with the Shadows the ultra wide camera also produces some good visuals and is on the same lines as the primary camera however the color reproduction of the.

Ultrawide camera is slightly on the cooler side the macro lens does a good job with plenty of details the 32 MP front camera adds a pinkish tint to the images leaving much to be desired the phone packs a 4400 mAh battery with 68 Watts turbo power charging the battery has enough juice to last you an entire day with normal usage.

In about 20 minutes the phone can go from 0 to 50 and the fast charging makes up for The Frugal battery size price starting at RS 42 999 the Moto Edge 30 Fusion is equipped with premium features and impressive specifications so should you buy it with its good design fast processor and Camera performance this is an all-rounder from.

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