Motorola continues to prove that smartphones manufacturers from the US can be a challenge to those created in Asia at any time. Motorola is a brand that might have been forgotten by many, but it’s once again bringing a powerful flagship to the market.
The Motorola Edge 30 Pro model was released in early March, and it brings some powerful specs for its price of almost a thousand bucks. The highlights are represented by the high refresh rate of 144Hz, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, the selfie camera, or the powerful battery of 4800mAh.
Two versions of RAM, three of storage space
Motorola Edge 30 Pro is equipped with enough hardware power for anybody who’s willing to run some demanding tasks via his smartphone, whether we’re talking about high-end gaming, video editing, and more. Motorola’s new phone comes in two versions of RAM (8GB and 12GB), and three of storage (128GB, 256GB, and 512GB).
The display is sweet enough, as you may have already guessed. It’s based on OLED technology, it measures 6.7 inches for its height, and it also features HDR10+.
There are also some powerful cameras mounted on Motorola’s beauty. The main setup is composed of three lenses: a 50MP wide snapper, a 50MP ultrawide lens, and a 5MP depth sensor. The main camera setup is also able to shoot video in 8K.
The selfie camera is also impressive, as it features 60MP capability. You can also use it to record videos in the 4K format.
Here’s how Motorola itself speaks about its product, as quoted from the company’s YouTube channel:
The motorola edge 30 pro empowers you to tell your story like never before. Featuring the industry-leading Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 8 gen 1 processor and triple high-res cameras, get ready for unparalleled performance. Capture gorgeous photos in low light using instant all-pixel focus—and record HDR10+ videos with over a billion shades of color. All with the ultra-smooth performance of a 144 Hz display. It’s time to blaze your own trail. motorola edge 30 pro is here.
We have the list of Motorola Edge 30 Pro’s specs thanks to GSMArena.com.