Motorola presented in Buenos Aires its new saga ‘Edge’ in different ranges: Neo, Fusion and Ultra.
Motorola seems to take more risks, after a year in which it has increased its presence in the region’s markets .
After the arrival of the premium range Edge 30 Pro , Lenovo’s “sister” presents a new generation of devices under this lineage with three variants that seek to fight this year: these are the new Moto Edge 30 Neo, Fusion and Ultra.
There are several elements that are replicated throughout these three new models. To begin with, the load is fast on each device (68W speed on the Neo and Fusion, or up to 125W on the Ultra) and allows us to stay active. Another congruent detail is the audio, worked in collaboration with Dolby and its presence tattooed on both ends of the phones.
The third detail is the design, opaque and resistant to fingerprints by virtue of a mix of components that reduce the impact of the fingers. The end is the dedication of “Edge light” to add a notification service with the phone placed face down.
“Moto Edge is a premium line that adds value, and that seeks to distance itself from other Moto lines to push the limits of the experience, as part of a segment that needs more details,” explains Martín Errante, product manager at Motorola LATAM .
Motorola Edge 30 Neo
We are talking about a model that has the necessary conditions to stand out in the mid-range in terms of design, charging and sound. We are talking about a small model, which is in short supply, and a 6.28-inch poLED screen that runs at 120 hertz refresh rate.
The heart of this team is the Snapdragon 695 5G, accompanied by 8GB and a 4020 mAh battery and Android 12. In the case of its cameras, we have a 64 MP main lens and a 13 MP wide-angle lens that also integrates macro and depth functions.
Motorola Edge 30 Fusion
Of the three, the “Fusion” is the one that falls at the balance point that Motorola intends to expose with this new course of construction, as it combines the curves of the “Ultra” in a more austere chassis and with a pOLED panel with curved edges.
The 6.55-inch screen houses the fingerprint sensor and increases the refresh rate to 144 hertz to streamline the use of Android 12, also pushed by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888+ processor and 12 GB of RAM. The power consumption is the responsibility of the 4400 mAh that feed the equipment with energy with a 68W charger.
For photography, we have a triple arrangement that establishes the 50MP sensor with OIS as primary and accompanied by a 13MP wide-angle lens with a macro lens. The selfie delivers a resolution of up to 32MP.
Motorola reaches the “Ultra” of 200 MP
The jewel in the crown for this part of the year is the long-awaited Motorola Edge 30 Ultra, a premium-range device with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor and a 200 MP main lens. We spoke with Motorola about this addition, and they mentioned that they have worked a lot on detection algorithms and image processing to make the experience truly impressive.
Although the resolution of the screen remains at FullHD +, this 6.67-inch curved pOLED panel is capable of obtaining a 144 Hz refresh rate, in addition to being compatible with HDR10 +. Along with Android 12, Moto proposes a data protection system called “StrongBox”, which adds extra security to the documents stored on the device.
50 MP wide-angle, 12 MP telephoto and 60 MP selfie accompany the first 200 MP mobile camera system on the market, along with a 0.82-inch lens for improved light intake and HDR .
To add efficiency to charging, Motorola adds a charging system of up to 125 W and 50 W wireless charging to its 4610 mAH battery.