Motorola Edge 30 launches in the UAE as the slimmest 5G smartphone from Motorola

Motorola Edge 30
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Motorola is launching motorola Edge 30 which is the newest addition to its smartphone family. The phone is Motorola's thinnest 5G smartphone with only 6.79mm thickness and comes with an attractive design.

Motorola Edge 30 Availability and pricing

The motorola Edge 30 is available starting today in two colors, Meteor Grey and Aurora Green colors.

The phone is priced at AED 1,599 at motorola.ae (opens in new tab) and select retailers and e-tailers.

Motorola Edge 30 specs and features

The new Motorola phone comes with a triple camera setup, a 6.5 inch 144Hz OLED display and is powered internally with the Snapdragon 778G+ 5G SOC. You can choose between 6 or 8 GB RAM and internal storage of 128 or 256 GB.

The motorola Edge 30 boasts a 50MP ultra-wide camera combined with a 2MP depth camera and a 50MP main sensor that uses all-pixel focus technology to pull focus faster and more efficiently. The phone also uses pixel binning technology to get more light during low light shots and night photos which are fortified by the OIS lens that removes unwanted shakes for clearer shots.

The camera supports HDR10 video recording for better color accuracy and richness in videos.

Motorola says it focused on improving the camera quality with third-party apps like TikTok, WhatsApp, and Instagram, by focusing on the performance of facial rendering for the front 32MP camera to significantly reduce noise while capturing photos and videos.

 

When it comes to entertainment, this phone doesn't disappoint with a large 6.5 inch OLED display that comes with a 144Hz refresh rate. This, along with two speakers tuned with Dolby Atmos technology makes it great for gaming, and media consumption. 

The motorola Edge 30 is powered by a 4020mAh battery and comes with a 33W charger that will allegedly give you hours of power in minutes.

Mostafa Eltaweel
Sub Editor at TechRadar Middle East

Mostafa has been working in the tech journalism industry since his teenage years following his childhood passion for PC hardware, tech and video games. Besides tech, his new interests are Esports scene and regional competitions.