Moto Edge 30 Ultra and Fusion review
Motorola has bigger ambitions in India, as it forays into iPhone and Galaxy S territory. Gadgets 360 senior reviewer Sheldon Pinto and reviewer Pranav Hegde join Orbital host Akhil Arora to discuss the Edge 30 Ultra and Fusion. Read: Edge 30 Ultra hands-on: checking all the boxes The Rs. 60,000 Edge 30 Ultra has everything on paper: the latest Snapdragon chip, 125W fast charging, and promise of three Android updates. Oh, I forgot the highlight feature: a 200-megapixel rear camera. But there are problems. Read: Edge 30 Fusion hands-on: a new flagship killer in town Its Rs. 40,000 sibling, the Edge 30 Fusion, is being dubbed a flagship killer. While it’s behind on the chipset, it doesn’t compromise elsewhere: lightweight, 8K recording, and a curved display. Is that enough? Tune into the latest Orbital episode, as Pinto and Hegde tell us more. Follow Gadgets 360 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Write to us at email@example.com Chapters Intro (00:00)Edge 30 Ultra (00:23)The problems (05:56)The rest of it (09:59)Edge 30 Fusion (15:57)Cameras (23:52)Performance (26:31)Moto verdict (33:04)Outro (35:40) Photo credits: Sheldon Pinto/Gadgets 360, Pranav Hegde/Gadgets 360.