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Android 13 for Motorola Edge 30 Prices Fusion Edge

Android 13 for Motorola Edge 30. The Motorola Razr 3 is projected to be more expensive than its predecessor, but at least it will cost less. Many other Motorola phones have had their prices leaked ahead of time, and it’s impossible to say the same thing about those, either.

According to CompareDial and OnLeaks, the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion will cost €680 in Europe. 

Over and above the €450 Edge 30, that’s a significant additional cost. However, the Fusion is said to be powered by a Dimensity 900 processor with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. In comparison to the Edge 20 Lite’s debut price of €350, the Motorola Edge 30 Lite is expected to retail for €400. Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 processor, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage will be on board. A 6.28″ OLED display (FHD+, 120Hz) and a 32MP selfie camera are on the front, while a 64MP primary and 13MP ultra wide cameras are on the rear. The device will have a 4,020mAh battery, 30W fast charging, and a 3.5mm headphone socket, among other features.

Android 13 for Motorola Edge 30

Android 13 for Motorola Edge 30

The Motorola Moto G32 will cost €230 for a 3/32 GB model, down from the previous model’s €280 price tag (there should be larger memory capacities as well). An 8MP front-facing camera, a 6.5-inch HD+ IPS LCD (90Hz), and 16+2MP rear-facing cameras will be included in this phone. A 5000mAh battery will be included, as well as a 3.5mm audio connector and a fingerprint scanner on the phone’s side. The Moto E32, which costs under €150, sounds a lot like this (it launched last month). The Motorola Edge is one of the lightest and slimmest smartphones you’ll find in the market, especially at this pricing. It’s 6.79mm thick, weighs 155 grammes, and comes in two colours for clients to pick from (meteor grey and aurora green). As a point of comparison, the Vivo V23 is 7.5mm thick compared to the iPhone SE 2’s 7.3mm, and both phones are similarly priced. It is also lighter than the Edge 20 and Edge 30 Pro, both of which weighed 163 grammes (196 grams). You may even forget you have the Motorola Edge 30 in your pocket at times with the phone’s portability. It’s small enough to fit in your palm, and one-handed operation is supported.



6.5-inch pOLED display, HDR10+, 144Hz refresh rate, and a 20:9 aspect ratio are all included in the Motorola Edge 30’s display. The display has a hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera and an under-display fingerprint sensor, the latter of which is a first for Motorola. However, moist fingers can interfere with the fingerprint sensor’s responsiveness. Most smartphones with under-display fingerprint sensors suffer from this issue.


The Moto G52, which I tested earlier this month, also has a pOLED display. This OLED-like display panel aspires to be thinner than existing OLED panels while still offering an OLED-like viewing experience. Again, it’s impossible to determine the long-term durability without using the product for several months.


Other than that, the Motorola Edge 30’s HDR10+ compatibility enhances the viewing experience, making it even more immersive. Using Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, and Amazon Prime, I was able to view a few episodes of Better Call Saul S6, as well as Premier League games, on my smartphone. The 144 refresh rate also makes gaming a breeze. The sampling rate for touch input is limited to 360Hz, which is adequate but not exceptional for a mobile device.

Android 13 for Motorola Edge 30


Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 778G+ SoC, an improved version of the Snapdragon 778G, powers the Motorola Edge 30. The model we received has 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of non-expandable storage capacity.


The Motorola Edge 30 earned 828 and 2,870 points in the single-core and multi-core tests, respectively. Compared to the Snapdragon 778G on the Samsung Galaxy M52 5G, there is a slight improvement. This device outperformed most of its competition in 3D Mark’s one-minute Wild Life test, scoring 8,711 points, which is significantly more than the average for the class. In a 15-minute test, the phone was clocked at 78 percent of its maximum speed.


The Motorola Edge 30 was able to run most programmes with only minimal stutters if we disregard the numbers. Asphalt 9 and Pokemon Unite both worked smoothly, although the battery management while playing games appeared erratic.

Good News

The good news is that Motorola is still shipping newer devices with Android 12 and the Motorola Edge 30 provides a clean OS experience. Motorola Although the Settings UI isn’t the most intuitive, there’s always opportunity for growth. A two-year Android update guarantee and a three-year security update guarantee are also included with the purchase of the phone.

Sensors, Tone, Camera

The Motorola Edge 30’s sensors have a natural tone, which I found to be the most appealing aspect of the device. In broad daylight and at night, this smartphone performs a terrific job taking photos. When it comes to OIS, the Realme 9 Pro+ does a better job of providing depth and clarity than the Realme 9 Pro.  Customers will be drawn to the Motorola Edge 30’s two 50-megapixel cameras. The primary camera has OIS support, while the ultra-wide angle camera serves as a macro-sensor for the wide angle camera. The back of the phone has a 2-megapixel camera.

However, I prefer the macro photography capabilities of the ultra-wide sensor. My skin tone can’t be detected by the front-facing camera in most lighting situations. It doesn’t mean that the images are horrible, but it relies on the preferences of the users when it comes to the colours they use in their selfies. Specifically, the front-facing camera can record 4K video.


A 4,020mAh battery powers the Motorola Edge 30, which is charged using a 33W TurboPower charger included in the box. In 25 minutes, the phone had 50 percent of its capacity, but a full charge took around an hour and a half.


Users can still receive a full day’s battery life even with a 144Hz refresh rate activated on the 4,020mAh battery unit, despite the device’s appearance.



If you don’t want to spend more than Rs 30,000, the Motorola Edge 30 is a great option. In addition to 5G capability (13 bands) and carrier aggregation for a more stable connection, the phone is also future-ready. With an impressive display and a powerful processor, the phone is great for those who are more focused on their work. If you’re more concerned about the front-facing camera, the Vivo V23 might be a better option.


The maximum storage capacity of Motorola Edge 30 is still 128GB, which may work for some users, but I normally recommend obtaining 256GB storage variations if you want to download programmes and take images without having to worry about storage issues.


PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate) is used for the body and Corning Gorilla 3 for the display. PPMA is a plastic substance that seeks to provide a glass-like surface without getting too technical. As a result, the clean design raises concerns about the product’s long-term usability, and I regretfully lack the courage to put those concerns to the test. When I accidently dropped the phone from a height of less than two feet, there were no symptoms of damage. Fortunately, the phone comes with a clear silicone case, however it completely alters the design of the device. My only hope now is that the right protective case from third-party suppliers will come out that does not destroy the phone’s sleek form and kill its overall attractiveness. An IP52 grade for dust and water resistance also ensures the phone’s durability.

Android 13 for Motorola Edge 30

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Q1: Is Android 13 coming to the Motorola Edge 20?

For the Edge 20 Fusion and Pro, Motorola promised two Android upgrades and three years of security updates during the launch of their new Edge Series Phones. As a result, all of these devices will be able to receive Android 13.

Q2: On what device Android 13 will be available?

Android 13 will be available on which devices? Google Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6, Pixel 5a 5G, Pixel 4, Pixel 4a 5G, Pixel 4XL, Pixel 5 and Pixel 5L will all be supported by Android 13 thanks to Google’s long-term software support.

Q3: Is the Moto G30 running Android 12?

The Motorola Moto G30 now has Android 12 officially published as a stable version. There will be no more Android updates for this phone.

Q4: Is there any chance that the Moto G71 will be upgraded to Android 13 for Motorola Edge 30?

Android 12 will be sent out to the latest Moto models including G10 and the G100, G200, G71, G51 and G50 or G30 by May 2022.

Q5: When will Android 13 be released?

In order to manually check for an upcoming system update, click to Settings – System – System Update. You can apply the Android 13 Beta OTA update as if it were a regular system upgrade once it arrives. Reboot your device when required after the installation is complete.

Q6: How many updates Motorola Edge will receive?

Android OS upgrades and bi-monthly security fixes are included in the Edge’s three-year warranty. Another layer of safety is provided for this device by ThinkShield for mobile.”

Q7: Do we have access to an early build of Android 13 for Motorola Edge 30?

We’ve now published Android 13 Beta, which provides you early access to our next unannounced platform’s new features while they’re still being worked on.

Jennie Marquez

Jennie Marquez

Jennie B. Marquez is a TV presenter, writer, and video producer. Also, Khaleesi, despite the fact that she does not legally control any land, army, or dragons. Yet.
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