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

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review, An all-inclusive smartphone will not be flawless, as is the case with the recently released Motorola Edge 30 Ultra. Despite the phone’s impressive specifications on paper and certain real-world applications, it is challenging to sell the product for Rs 59999.

NameMotorola Edge 30 Ultra
Release Date13 September 2022
Price$539 USD
Ram/Rom8GB+128GB
Battery🔋Capacity4610mAh

Also read : 5 Best Mobile Phones Under Rs 40000 in India

So let’s find out if the world’s first 200MP smartphone is worth buying in our Motorola Edge 30 Ultra review.

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Pros & Cons

PROS

CONS

Clean Android ExperienceLacks Waterproof
Super Fast Charging SupportSmall Battery Size
Takes Reliable Daylight ImageThe Base Variant is a Bit Pricey
Solid Build QualityNight Photography Needs Improvement 
Spectacular Design
Powerful Processor
Excellent Speaker
144Hz P-Oled Display 
13 5G Band

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review

Yes, the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra is a worthwhile purchase, but it’s not for everyone, since the 128GB model costs Rs 59,999, which is a bit more than its rivals. The major drawback will be night photography, as it performs admirably during the day but falls short at night.

Motorola has made the 256GB version official, but not the pricing. Taking into account the cost of the 128GB model, the 256GB variant may cost up to Rs 64,999.

Another factor for the phone’s higher pricing is the lack of bloatware or adverts, since Xiaomi and even RealMe make substantial money from pushing advertisements on their smartphones whereas Motorola does not.

In conclusion, the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra is a great option if you’re looking for a smartphone under Rs 60000 and want a stock Android experience, excellent 144Hz pOLED panel, superfast performance, solid battery life, good-looking design, and if you’re willing to make some minor sacrifices in the camera department.

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Full Specifications

General

Launch Date 13 September 2022
Available From19 September 2022
India Price8GB+128GB: Rs42,999
Resolutions1080Ă—2400 Pixels
Dimension 161.8×72.5×8.4 mm

Weight : 198gm

Build QualityGlass Front (Gorilla Glass 5)

Glass Back (Gorilla Glass 5)

Aluminum Frame

NFCYes
FM RadioNo
SD CardNO
SAR ValueHead: 1.11W/kg at 1g

Body: 1.17W/Kg at 1g

Cameras

Rear Camera200MP Primary(f/1.9) – OIS

50MP Ultra Wide Lens (f/2.2)

12MP Depth(f1.4)

Video 1080P Recording at 30/60 FPS

4K Recording at 30 FPS

8K Recording at 30 FPS

Front Camera60MP Front (f/2.5)

Video : 1080p Recording at 30FPS

4K Recording at 30FPS

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Display

There is nothing particularly novel about Motorola devices’ typical 144Hz screen refresh rate, but it does seem fluid while using social networking applications or playing games.

If you wish to view YouTube videos or make video chats, everything will be perfectly clear even in direct sunshine thanks to the screen’s 1250 nits of brightness.

Although I prefer flat panels over curved displays, the curved display does look incredible. Additionally, Netflix and Prime Videos offer HDR content for viewing, and they also support Wide Vine L1.

It includes Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on the front and back, and the metal frame will make it seem more upscale. Considering that the glass is, after all, glass and will break, it is best to use a sturdy case to safeguard the gadget.

Also Read : Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review

I particularly adore the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion’s Solar Gold colour. With the Motorola Edge 30 Series, Motorola is more focused on the designing side of things, and they are doing well.

Overall, Motorola has done a terrific job, which is evident in real-world usage, and you will be more than satisfied with its construction and display.

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Camera

By default, the 200MP sensor will produce 12.5MP photos that bin 16 pixels together into one. Now you must switch to Pro Mode in order to use 200MP photos.

You may check out the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra’s camera sample if you’d like; the link will take you to Google Drive, where you can view it independently.

Play the drums as we officially welcome the world’s first 200MP smartphone that will produce 12MP photos.

I don’t understand why mobile businesses want to utilise sensors that are getting larger and larger when they can store all they need on 48MP sensors.

As the vice person previously stated, brands exist to generate revenue, and a larger sensor is very helpful in marketing.

Back to the 200MP sensor,

One more thing, the 200MP image file size will range from 40MB to 80MB, so if you want to snap all of your photos in 200MP mode, wait for the 256GB model instead of buying the 128GB one.

By the way, there wasn’t much of a difference between 12.5MP and 200MP photos. I’m trying to imply that you shouldn’t buy the smartphone just because it has a larger 200MP sensor since in practise, you won’t notice much of a difference between a 48MP or even 200MP sensor.

Yes, you will get more information when you snap a 200MP shot, but it shouldn’t be a justification for spending $60,000.

Additionally, Motorola did a wonderful job with dynamic range; even in bright sunshine, the backdrop isn’t overexposed. You can tell that Motorola worked on the camera and didn’t just install a sensor for marketing purposes because the details were there.

The issue now is,

Motorola uses the same picture processing as Vivo and OPPO, which I don’t like very much, and the photographs are turning out oversaturated.

Given that it costs Rs. 60,000 and should result in visuals that are as similar to nature as possible, why can’t they just utilise natural colours?

Back with 200MP Sensors

Yes, you will get more information when you snap a 200MP shot, but it shouldn’t be a justification for spending $60,000.

Additionally, Motorola did a wonderful job with dynamic range; even in bright sunshine, the backdrop isn’t overexposed. You can tell that Motorola worked on the camera and didn’t just install a sensor for marketing purposes because the details were there.

The issue now is,

Motorola uses the same picture processing as Vivo and OPPO, which I don’t like very much, and the photographs are turning out oversaturated.

Given that it costs Rs. 60,000 and should result in visuals that are as similar to nature as possible, why can’t they just utilise natural colours?

Coming to 50Mp Ultra-Wide Lens

Although there isn’t much saturation, the colours stand out when compared to low-cost cellphones.

Although I recognise that most consumers like photographs that are brighter and more saturated, businesses can also add filters to the camera app so they shouldn’t merely add saturated colours by default, in my opinion.

This costs Rs 59,999, and I was hoping much more from Motorola.

You’re going to spend Rs 59999 on a smartphone, therefore you should know what you’re receiving. I realise I’m talking too much.

Comes with 60MP Front Camera

I wish Motorola had included 3x or even 5X optical zoom in addition to the 12MP sensor’s 2X optical zoom capability.

A telephoto lens may be used to capture portrait photos, and the results will be good.
Nothing else has to be said, so let’s go on to the front camera. Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review

Yet another marketing addition that doesn’t accurately portray the 60MP quality in real life.

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. Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review

Motorola has added a pre-applied beauty mode to the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 5G in the same way that Vivo and OPPO have done.

Massive Videos

While the front camera can only record in [email protected] and [email protected], the back camera can record in [email protected]/60fps, [email protected], and [email protected] Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review

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.

In essence, it captures nearly identical videos as the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5G. Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review

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

In order to justify the Rs 59,999 price tag, Motorola should improve its low-light photography. The camera should have been better.

However, the camera configuration on the smartphone might still use some work in order to fully use the 200MP sensor. Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Performance 

What I’m trying to convey is that the processor won’t overheat and cause you any issues if you play demanding games like COD Mobile, Apex Legend, or any other. Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review

The gadget will receive 3 years of OS upgrades and 4 years of security updates. MyUX 3.0, which is based on Android 12, powers the smartphone. Without any bloatware or adverts, it is just the basic UI.

However, if you wanted to have a Pixel-like experience, the Moto Edge 30 Ultra is the best smartphone at this time. Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review

 If you didn’t like clean Android and wanted customisation like dual applications and many more options, you might not enjoy the MyUX.

I’m attempting to illustrate that the CPU won’t overheat and harm you even if you play taxing games like COD Mobile or Apex Legend.

The device will receive 4 years of security updates in addition to 3 years of OS upgrades. It is based on Android 12 and powered by MyUX 3.0.

The UI is only the bare minimum; there are no advertisements or even bloatware. Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review

The Moto Edge 30 Ultra is the greatest smartphone currently on the market if you want a Pixel-like experience but don’t mind MyUX’s customization options and features like dual apps and many others.

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Improve Ready For 5.3

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 Ultra Review

In the latest Ready For 5.3 version, Motorola has fixed the issu
 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.

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Audio

Ready, let’s discuss it, Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review

For improved communication, the gadget offers stereo speakers, a dual microphone, Carrier Aggregation compatibility, and Bluetooth 5.2.

It’s not as though one speaker produces additional sound while the other just outputs 30% of the volume; both speakers deliver a balanced sound.

The carrier aggregation really aids in outside circumstances, and the call quality is also quite good.

You will enjoy the greatest audio when viewing movies or even YouTube videos thanks to the Stereo Speakers’ Dolby Atmos support. Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review

It doesn’t have a 3.5mm audio connector, but if you want to utilise wired earbuds, you can always purchase a Type-C to 3.5mm Audio adaptor.

Overall, you’ll be pleased with the audio quality and even with the video.

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Battery

Motorola has included powerful 125W wired and 50W wireless charging capability in addition to the 125W charger that comes in the box. Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review The 4,610mAh battery is not enough to last all day.

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.

Now, because Motorola has included a 125W charger in the package, this won’t be a major issue. Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Review

You will need to purchase the wireless charger separately because it is not included with the smartphone.

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra Verdict

The one area that Motorola has to improve is the cameras, especially for low light shooting; other than that, the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra is definitely worth every penny. Motorola is on the right road and doing really well.

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