Motorola’s new Edge 30 range offers something for everyone


Hot on the heels of Apple’s iPhone 14 announcements, Motorola has come out strong with three new premium handsets. This includes its latest Edge 30 Ultra, Edge 30 Fusion and Edge 30 Neo. The Lenovo-owned mobile phone brand also announced a strategic partnership with Pantone, the world’s color authority.

The launch of our latest Motorola Edge devices is a big step forward in how Motorola brings the most advanced technology to market. Whether setting new standards in power, performance, cameras, display, or design, our cutting-edge devices continue to push the boundaries of traditional flagship smartphone conventions.

Kurt Bonnici, Motorola Director for Australia and New Zealand

Moto’s long-term partnership with Pantone means access to the Pantone Color Institute and a curated selection of colors that feature strong design trends. This includes Pantone Color of the Year 2022, Very Peri, which will debut on the Edge 30 Neo.

Motorola 30 edge ultra: capture life without limits

The Edge 30 Ultra sits at the top of the line and is equipped with cutting-edge technology and capabilities. It starts with the powerful Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip, along with 12GB of super-fast DDR5 RAM and 256GB of storage. The Ultra also offers a new standard in battery charging, delivering a day’s charge in 7 minutes, according to the brand. This is made possible by the fastest 125-watt TurboPower feature on the bike, and there’s 50W wireless charging as well as 10W wireless power sharing.

Moto’s flagship also packs a punch on the photography front with the industry’s highest 200-megapixel sensor, coupled with an AF/1.9 aperture primary camera lens. And with optical image stabilization (OIS) there’s extra image stability, plus video recording up to 8K, or 33 million pixels of resolution. It is complemented by a 50MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera for capturing panoramic scenes and a 12MP f/1.6 2x telephoto lens. On the front, there’s a 60MP af/2.2 selfie camera that allows for incredibly detailed portraits.

In terms of screen, the Edge 30 Ultra sports a 6.7-inch pOLED unit, with FHD+ (2400 x 1080) resolution and a nearly bezel-less design. It’s a 144Hz panel, which means ultra-smooth scrolling and smooth on-screen movement. The screen is protected by Corning’s tough Gorilla Glass 5 with an anti-fingerprint coating. The same Gorilla Glass is used on the back, only with a soft matte finish.

The Edge 30 Ultra will be available at launch in Interstellar Black.

Motorola edge 30 fusion: designed to be unlimited

For those who are design inclined, the Edge 30 Fusion offers a sleek camera body with a unique retro look. This packs a 50MP af/1.8 primary camera sensor with OIS, along with a 13MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera with a 120-degree field of view and Macrovision support. On the front, there’s a 32-megapixel selfie camera with an f/2.45 aperture.

The main camera can record video up to 8K resolution and 4K video from the ultra wide camera.

A Snapdragon 888+ chip beats at the heart of the Edge 30 Fusion, delivering a strong combination of performance, battery efficiency, neural processing, and 5G connectivity.

As for the display, there’s a 6.55-inch borderless display that’s capable of 144Hz screen refresh, dynamic Dolby HDR10+ movie playback, and FHD+ resolution ( 2400×1080). Rounding out the audio capabilities are dual-motor vibration speakers with Dolby Atmos tuning.

To top up the battery, there’s a 68W TurboPower charger that gives you power for the day in just 10 minutes.

The Motorola Edge 30 Fusion is available in Cosmic Gray and Solar Gold colors.

Motorola edge 30 neo: built for big dreams

The Edge 30 Neo is the first device to sport the Pantone Color of the Year 2022, Very Peri. Black Onyx is also available, and both colors feature a subtle Pantone chip inlay on the back. There is also an option to extend your choice of colors to the on-screen UI.

Designed to be thin, sleek, and light, the Edge 30 Neo features a 6.28-inch 120Hz pOLED display that can deliver over a billion shades of color. An LED strip also wraps around the camera housing and lights up to signal alerts and incoming messages.

There are two rear-facing cameras, including the 64MP AF/1.8 main unit with OIS and Quad Pixel technology. It’s paired with a 13MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera with a 120-degree field of view and Macrovision for extreme close-ups. On the front is a 32MP af/2.4 selfie camera with Quad Pixel technology for better low-light performance.

A Snapdragon 695 5G chip delivers fast, smooth performance and high-quality post-processing for excellent photo results. It also shares the same 68W TurboPower fast charging, giving you a full day’s worth of battery in just 10 minutes – and there’s wireless charging too.

The Edge 30 is ready for

All Motorola Edge 30 series support Ready for feature, which allows you to extend your phone in the office with a wired or wireless connection. This lets you run apps or even play games on a full-sized monitor, connect to keyboards and mice, and even drag and drop files between your Motorola phone and your Windows PC.

Australian pricing and availability

We don’t have details on pricing or on-sale availability yet, but we’ll add details as they become available. Also keep an eye out for our GadgetGuy reviews of Motorola’s exciting new Edge 30 range.

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