Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review With Pros And Cons, Price in India 2022, Full Specs & Launch Date

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review, Motorola’s cameras were and still are its weak point, but with the release of the new Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G, Motorola has made a little improvement that is adequate for the Rs 42999 smartphone.

NameMotorola Edge 30 Fusion
Release Date13 September 2022
Price$463 USD
Ram/Rom8GB+128GB
Battery🔋Capacity5000 mAh

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Price and Offers for the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G

Only 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage are offered in the Moto Edge 30 Fusion 5G, which costs Rs 42,999 in India. It is available in Cosmic Grey and Solar Gold, and it will be sold during Flipkart’s Big Billion Days, which begin on September 22, 2022.

The Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G will be available during the Flipkart Big Billion Days sale for Rs 39,999 Plus an extra Rs 3000 discount on Axis and ICICI bank cards, Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review bringing the price down to Rs 36,999. The launch deal will be available from September 23 through September 30 in 2022.

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Pros & Cons

PROS 

Cons

2 Year Os UpdateNo Wireless Charging
OIS SupportNo SD Card Slot
Superfast 68W Wired Charging SupportUseless 2MP Sensors
Decent CameraNo 3.5mm Audio Jack
Powerful Primary Sensor Can Be Optimize
Snapdragon 888 Plus SocOIS Improvement
Light weightBit Pricey
Solid Build 
144Hz Smooth P-OLED Display

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Full Specifications

General

Launch Date13th September 2022
Available From22nd September 2022
India Price8GB + 128GB : 42,999
Display6.55 Inches P- OLED Display 360Hz Touch Sampling Rate ,

144Hz Screen Refresh Rate

1100 Nits Pick Brightness

Screen to Body Ratio : 9189%

402 PPI Density  

Resolutions1080 x 2400
BuildGlass Front (Gorilla Glass 5)

Glass Back (Gorilla Glass 5)

Aluminum Frame

OSAndroid 12

2 Year of Os update

3 Year Of Security update

5G SupportYes, 13 5G Bands
SensorsIn Display Finger Print Sensors, Proxomity Sensors, Ambient Light Sensors, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, SAR Sensors, Mangetometer(Compass)
NFCYes
FM Radio No

Cameras

Rear Cameras50MP Primary(f/1.8) – OIS

13MP Ultra Wide Lens (f/2.2)

2MP Depth(f2.4)

Video 1080P Recording at 30/60 FPS

4K Recording at 30 FPS

8K Recording at 30 FPS

 

Front Cameras32MP Front (f/2.5)

Video : 1080p Recording at 30FPS

4K Recording at 30FPS

 

ProcessorQualcamm SM8350 Snapdragon 888+ 5G

GPU: Adreno 660, CPU: Octa Core (1Ă—2.99 GHz Cortex)

Battery4,400mAh Battery 68W Wired Fast Charging Support, 0 to  50% In just 10Min

USB Type – C 3.1

SAR ValueHead: 1.15w/kg at 1g

Body: 1.08w/kg at 1g 

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review

The Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G is a worthwhile purchase, but it’s not for everyone. The device offers nearly everything, with the exception of good cameras, which is a deal-breaker because, for the price of Rs 42999, you expect a flagship-level experience, which the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G falls short of. Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review

Currently, the cameras are not too poor, but for a smartphone costing Rs 42999, they should have been better.

The Snapdragon 888+ 5G CPU is not flawless; it throttles a lot when playing games for extended periods of time. While using social media or watching movies, it doesn’t heat up much, however when you

You will enjoy the P-OLED curved panel and the superb display, and the 68W charging speed is really helpful. Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review

The Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G is a good smartphone when it comes to pricing and specifications, but it might have been the greatest one if it had been released for under Rs 40,000. At Rs 42999, it’s a touch costly, but that’s kind of alright considering it doesn’t have any adverts and gives a clean Android experience.

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion: Display

The 6.55-inch P-OLED display on the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G runs at 144 Hz and has a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels with 1100 nits Pick Brightness. Along with being HDR10+ capable, it also boasts a 360Hz touch sampling rate and a 402 PPI density.

Motorola has been performing really well lately, especially in the display department. They have even included OLED panels in smartphones priced at Rs 15,000.

Therefore, the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G is the best smartphone available in India for around Rs. 50,000 if you adore screens as I do.

The 1100 nits of brightness will make sure you can see everything, even films and text, in harsh sunlight, and the 10-bit below will give you punchier colours.

In conclusion, the phone feels and seems high-end, especially in Solar Gold. The smartphone won’t get filthy at all thanks to the matt coating on the rear.

The smartphone can stream FHD+ material on OTT applications thanks to Motorola’s Wide Vine L1 support, but for some reason, I wasn’t able to watch HDR content on Netflix. I hope Motorola will quickly address this problem.

Overall, the P-OLED Panel of the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G is excellent, Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review and you’ll be pleased with its quality.

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion: Performance

Although Motorola has worked on a CPU to settle the unstable Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Plus, Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review the devices still grow heated when doing demanding tasks.

Qualcomm is to blame, not Motorola. Motorola was aware that the Snapdragon 888 Plus is a reliable processor, but since it is an older chipset, Motorola was able to purchase it for less money than the recently released Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus, which is a more advanced and reliable chip.

This is why the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G costs Rs 42999 while the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 5G costs Rs 59999.

Although Motorola has worked on a CPU to settle the unstable Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Plus, the devices still grow heated when doing demanding tasks.

Qualcomm is to blame, not Motorola. Motorola was aware that the Snapdragon 888 Plus is a reliable processor, but since it is an older chipset, Motorola was able to purchase it for less money than the recently released Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus, which is a more advanced and reliable chip.

This is why the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G costs Rs 42999 while the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 5G costs Rs 59999.

The scores are incredible, and they do reflect in real life as well, although the gadget can choke a little bit when you push it to its absolute limits. This problem, which is not a major one but is present nonetheless while using this gadget in direct sunlight, will become apparent.

Improve Ready For 3.5

If you have ever used a Motorola Edge 20 Series smartphone, you are probably already familiar with the Ready For PC function, which enables you to duplicate the Motorola device on a Windows PC in a manner similar to how Samsung handles Galaxy Dex.

You now have a dedicated entertainment option with the new Improved Ready For 5.3, where you can view movies or TV shows on a PC or smart TV by connecting with Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G. Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review

In the latest Ready For 5.3 version, Motorola has fixed the issue where some OTT sites prohibit screen-casting and you only get a black screen when casting movies from a mobile device to a smart TV.

Additionally, the updated version provides smoother connection. Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion: Camera

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Motorola has included a pre-applied beauty mode to the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G in a similar way to how Vivo and OPPO have done so.

I’ve never seen whiter photographs on any Motorola gadget, but it appears that this is only the beginning, and future Moto devices will include this image processing.

By the way, the front-facing 32MP camera on the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G features a 50MP main sensor with OIS, a 13MP ultra-wide lens, and a 2MP depth sensor.

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The only sensor that supports OIS is the main sensor; all other sensors rely on EIS.

The video optimization is decent; I didn’t notice any shakiness while filming videos with a main sensor, but the video will inevitably have some shakiness if you’re running while shooting it.

Therefore, Motorola must continue to develop the OIS in order to provide us with better stabilisation when recording videos.

Again, Motorola modified the front camera’s picture processing since, in contrast to the Motorola Edge 30 Pro 5G, the 30 Fuson 5G produces whiter photographs at the expense of detail.

Additionally, the photographs are a little bit saturated.

When photographing in low light, the 50MP primary sensor’s OIS does help, and the specialised night mode creates brilliant shots.

Currently, when you capture someone

The sensor is also attempting to saturate the colours while losing information; however, this problem only arises in low-light situations, not in excellent illumination.

It’s frustrating since, at Rs 42,999, it shouldn’t have this sort of issue even in dim lighting. Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review

In summary, the main sensor will capture quality photographs in good lighting, but not in low lighting.

Even if Motorola has made improvements to the camera app, I will say it again: the default camera app still needs to be completely redesigned.

Under ideal circumstances, this sensor produces high-quality photos with no dynamic range problems. Now, due to the Ultra-wide lens’s reduced sensor size, you won’t get as nice of photographs as you would with the primary sensor.

Avoid using an ultra-wide sensor at night, then.

Do not utilise the 2MP depth sensor either; it was provided for design purposes only.

Again, as I’ve stated, you’ll enjoy the front camera since it captures whiter images, allowing you to upload photos to Instagram without using a filter. Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review

You may always utilise the GCam once it becomes available for the Moto Edge 30 Fusion 5G if you don’t like white photographs and want natural colour tones.

In conclusion, Motorola should have improved both the front and back cameras to provide more realistic, detailed photographs rather than images that are brighter and more saturated.

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion: Battery

The battery of the gadget is 4,400 mAh and enables 68W rapid charging. It will charge from 0% to 50% in around 10 minutes.

With typical use, the battery will last for approximately a day; by around 6 PM, it will be at 10%. If you use the gadget in a variety of ways, however, you can plan to charge it twice daily. Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review

Now, because Motorola has included a 68W charger in the package, this won’t be a major issue.

By the way, wireless charging is not supported by the Moto Edge 30 Fusion 5G.

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion: Audio

Everything you’re considering is there.

Bluetooth 5.2 for improved connectivity, stereo speakers, a secondary noise-cancelling microphone, and carrier aggregation capability.

You will enjoy the greatest audio when viewing movies or even YouTube videos thanks to the Stereo Speakers’ Dolby Atmos support.

You will be really satisfied with the audio quality overall, as well as the call quality. Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review

Motorola Edge 30 Fusion: Verdict

Everything about the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G is wonderful, but the cameras might be improved with updates, so you’ll have to make up with the current set. Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review Apart from that, it’s a good smartphone for everyday use, offering a clean Android experience, a stunning display, a sturdy construction, potent performance, luxury design, and good speakers.

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