Motorola announces Edge 30, its latest mid-range phone

(Pocket-lint) – Motorola has announced the Edge 30, its latest mid-range phone and one that takes the plaudits as the thinnest 5G handset yet to hit the market.

Judging by that alone the phone certainly looks fairly nice, albeit a little generic from the back – it’s got a three-camera bump with an ultrawide lens and a 32MP selfie camera on the front of the phone that should make for crisp selfies.

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It can also shoot HDR10 footage, for an improvement to how it handles colour, and that footage will look great on its display, which can render HDR10+. It’s a 6.5-inch OLED panel with 144Hz peak refresh rates, although Motorola has a variable system to hopefully save on battery by using lower rates when you don’t need them.

The chipset at the phone’s heart is the Snapdragon 778G+, enabling what we hope will be very decent performance for a mid-range phone, and with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage on the basic model (rising to 256GB) it should all be nice and responsive.

A 4020mAh battery should give battery life that stretches into a second day, according to Motorola, although we’re not sure exactly how far. Fast-charging means you can get juiced up quickly, though.

The phone arrives in EU markets at €449.99 or £379.99, a very similar entry-point to the Edge 20, a phone that impressed us very solidly on review in 2021. It will arrive in the Americas, too, at a later date.


Writing by Max Freeman-Mills.

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