Those are enough for us to take a closer look at the edge 30 pro in this video review. The smartphones rear cover is made of a frosted glass that changes color depending on the level and angle of light. This makes for a superbly premium, look and manages to prevent fingerprints as well like other motorola phones. The frame is made of plastic at the front. We find gorilla glass 3.. It is here where the limited budget becomes most obvious. The edge 30 pro is not quite on par with true high end devices, with a display size of 6.7 inches and a weight of 196 grams or 6.9 ounces. The edge 30 pro is a large and relatively heavy smartphone. The motorola edge 30 pro supports the latest wi fi standard wi fi 6e, as well as older standards like wi, fi, 5 and wi fi 4.. As expected, the motorola edge 30 pro supports 5g, although it lacks support for millimeter wave and is limited to the slower sub 6 gigahertz. It also supports a variety of 4g frequencies, which means it should be usable abroad and pretty much all over the world. Outdoor gps connections are almost instantaneous, and the number of connected satellites is good. We took the device on a bike trip around the block in order to determine its real world gps accuracy, and it proved to be very accurate. After some initial minor issues, accuracy is very good, with only 3 meters of variance over the trip compared to the edge 20 pro motorola changed the camera setup significantly on this new device gone are the predecessors, 108 megapixel main sensor and 8 megapixel periscope zoom sensor.

These have been replaced with two 50 megapixel sensors supporting a lossless hybrid zoom between the wide angle and main lenses. Without a doubt, the 50 megapixel wide angle camera is a highlight not often found in smartphones due to its quad pixel technology. Its effective resolution is normally limited to just 12 megapixels, but it does support a full resolution. 50 megapixel mode bonus point. The wide angle camera supports a high quality macro mode. Despite its higher resolution, it failed to produce images that were noticeably better than wide angle. Photos taken with other high end smartphones, the displays full hd resolution may not be record breaking, but its certainly enough for a 6.7 inch display the edge 30 pros. Amoled display supports hdr 10 plus with a maximum brightness of 658 nits. However, other smartphones got much brighter than this, since the panel can turn individual pixels off its black level is an absolute zero, resulting in a theoretically infinitely high contrast ratio, as is typical for amoled displays. We found pwm flickering. The good news is that it flattened out at 75 percent brightness at a consistent 60 hertz, which many people find more pleasant. Outdoor usability was decent overall, although we would have liked a higher maximum brightness to improve readability and bright sunlight. Viewing angles were as expected: qualcomms snapdragon, 8 gen 1 comes with 8 cores running at up to 3 gigahertz, while it cannot keep up with the apple a15. The edge 30 pro performed very well for an android smartphone, and it should easily handle demanding applications in terms of graphics performance.

The edge 30 pro even managed to outperform the iphone 13 and some benchmarks. It should thus offer a boatload of power for visually demanding applications. Web browsing performance was very fast on the smartphone and the edge 30 pro managed to outperform its competitors by quite a significant margin. The edge 30 pro turned out to be anything but power efficient and it consumed a maximum of 10.4 watts in our power consumption tests. With even higher peaks while running gfx, bench or geekbench, it was also not the most efficient device when idle. The battery is 300 milliamp hours larger than the edge 20 pros, resulting in overall improved battery life. That is finally at a level acceptable for this class. It lasted for 13 hours and 36 minutes in our wi fi test, a result that could have been further improved with a fixed 60 hertz refresh rate, as well as additional power saving modes. It also performed very well under load, which was no surprise, given its tendency to thermally throttle very quickly. The power supply is rated at 68 watts and the device can be charged to 50 percent in 15 minutes. According to motorola. We were able to confirm this after running our own tests charging from near empty to full takes less than an hour kudos motorola managed to address nearly every single issue. We had, with the edge 20 pro and theres more more performance, long, lasting updates, pure vanilla, android, 12, a good looking case fast, wi, fi 6e wide lte and 5g frequency support, great stereo speakers and accurate location services.

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