Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review – Andrea Galeazzi


Motorola Edge 30 Fusion Review – Andrea Galeazzi
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Rapid? Yes. Energetic? No. Edge 30 Fusion runs like a top but despite this and despite being light, the autonomy is excellent. All accompanied by a nice display, not bad rooms and a great introductory price. In short, he is the Edge 30 that convinced me the most!

Weight and size

158.5 x 72 x 7.7 mm
168 g

Operating system

Android 12


128 GB


6.55 “
1080 x 2400


50 mpx f / 1.8
Front 32 mpx


Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888+ 5G (5 nm)


HSPA 42.2 / 5.76 Mbps, LTE-A (CA), 5G


4400 mAH

Packaging and content

Good news for what is now a rarity: the supplied with accessories in pack. With this Motorola we find, in addition to the USB-C to USB-C cable, the 68W power supply, the in-ear headphones with the wire and a transparent silicone cover.

Design and touch-and-feel materials

Edge 30 Fusion is constructed of glass and metal but still weighs only 168 grams and it is often 7.7mm. In the hand it holds well and is comfortable to use, only a little slippery due to the curved display and the edges that do not offer the same grip as edge 30 Ultra.

Motorola has always accustomed us well with the Moto Display, the best always-on display there is for usefulness and usability. About connectivity we find: 5G, WiFi 6E tri-band, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, GPS, Android Auto, Google Play, and a USB-C port with video output and desktop mode (excellent desktop mode).


The display it’s a P-OLED from 6.55 “ with resolution FHD +, refresh rate a 144Hz and peak brightness reaching 1,100 nits. It is a good display, with absolute blacks and OLED contrasts, good maximum brightness even if not record-breaking and a dragging effect when set to the minimum but nothing dramatic.

Processor and memory

The processor it is Snapdragon 888+ at 5nm with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of non-expandable UFS 3.1 internal memory.


There battery it’s a 4,400 mAh, 22Wh, with wired charge only a 68W which translates into 10 minutes to reach 50% and 30 minutes to 100%. It never gets hot and that’s good for the battery, theautonomy in fact it’s not bad, I get there at the end of my usual stressful day with still 20-25%. There is also charging optimization.

Software and ecosystem

Android 12 on board updated at patch from September with the promise of 4 years of patches e 3 major releases. The interface is the usual, excellent, Motorola interface with Android almost stock, clean, and the “Motorolate” useful where needed. I appreciate the customization and the various smart gestures.

Telephone department

Nothing to report for reception And audio quality on call, good both on speakerphone and from the capsule. The dialer is what Google stock allows record calls and report SPAM numbers:

Photo and video

The room compartment is composed by:

  • room principal 50MP with f / 1.8 aperture, 1 / 1.5 ″ sensor and optical stabilization,
  • room ultra wide angle 13MP with 120 ° viewing angle, f / 2.2 aperture and macro function,
  • depth sensor,
  • room front 32MP with f / 2.45 aperture.

The shots are good mid-range, always reliable, with well-balanced colors even in the evening and in low light. The videos convinced me a little less than the big brother Ultra but they are still good and here the wide angle also records in 4K 30FPS.


L’audio it’s not bad, there are the highs, there are also the lows and you can hear the stereophonicity. No headphone jack.

Apps and gaming

The performances are top of the range, always fluid and snappy, thanks also to the high refresh rate. Good vibration feedback.

Final judgement

The price launch of 499 euros is great and he is the edge 30 which I liked the most in everyday use. Very fast, compact, light, with a good autonomy, with a nice display and capable of taking great photos. If you are looking for a medium / high range that is also long-lived and reliable, he is certainly worth evaluating!

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