The Motorola Edge 30 Will Be A Mid-Range Beast

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Motorola seems to be slowly inching back into the flagship smartphone world. In the meantime, we’ve gotten a plethora of different mid-range and budget phones from the company. Right now, all eyes are on the Edge 30 that’s been leaked recently. According to Android Central, This phone will launch over the next week, and it seems like a very capable phone for the price.

This phone will be right in the middle of the smartphone spectrum in terms of specs and price. It has the typical modern Motorola smartphone aesthetic with the nice-looking glass back and glass camera module. The power button and volume rocker are on the right side of the phone and the left side is bare. The frames look to be made of metal, and they are colored to reflect the color of the phone.

The Motorola Edge 30 will launch at a good price

As for the internals, this phone will use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ 5G SoC. That’s an upper mid-range SoC that should give you good performance, but nothing flagship level. As for the display, Motorola seems to have a thing about putting 144Hz displays on its phones. This time around, it’s no different. This phone will have a 1080p+ OLED display that’s slightly smaller than that of the Motorola Edge+. It’s a 6.5-inch display.


When it comes to the camera, the specs seem good on paper, but we’ll have to see if it’s good in real-world usage. The main camera is a 50MP shooter, and it’s accompanied by a 50MP ultrawide camera and a 2MP macro camera. Since this is a mid-range phone, we don’t expect the quality to be stellar. It will most likely be a camera that will get the job done.

As for the battery and charging, this phone is powered by a decent 4,020mAh battery. It’s a bit behind 5,000mAh batteries that are becoming more of a thing. If you’re low, you can charge that battery with a 33W charger.

When the Motorola Edge 30 has its official launch, it will cost €450 when it hits Europe. After that launch, the phone will launch in other markets around the world.