The Motorola Edge 30 is the latest addition to the company’s Edge line of smartphones, which was first introduced two years ago. This smartphone, like its predecessors, attempts to blend power and accessibility for a versatile user experience.
A few months after releasing the fantastic Motorola Edge 20, which focused on flexibility from the start, the company is back with its third generation of smartphones. In terms of price, the Edge 30 may easily enter the ranks of smartphones priced under 500 euros or KES 60,000 locally as of the Writing of this Article.
The model boasts a Snapdragon 778G+ chipset backed by 8 GB of RAM. It has a 6.5-inch OLED display with a refresh rate of 144 Hz and supports the HDR10+ standard, just like its predecessor. In terms of sound, stereo speakers with multidimensional sound are present in Dolby Atmos.
Switching to the Camera department, we discovered four photosensors, including a 32 MP front-facing sensor, a 50 MP ultra-wide angle sensor, another 2 MP dedicated to portrait mode, and a 50 MP main sensor. Thanks to its new omnidirectional autofocus system, the Edge 30 is designed to offer more accurate shots than before. Autonomywise we discover a 4,020 mAh battery and an ultra-fast charging technology.
The Motorola Edge 30 appears to tick many boxes with its small and attractive form and its numerous features to establish itself as a great mid-range smartphone. The Edge 30 displays an appreciable evolution, at least on paper, in continuing the efforts made with earlier generations of the line.