Ausdroid Reviews: Moto Edge 30 Fusion – The fusion of design and power

Motorola announced three new devices recently to its Edge lineup in Australia, and we recently reviewed the Moto Edge 30 Ultra, which is the high-end model of the latest lineup. Now now we have the second device, the Moto Edge 30 Fusion, a mid-range device that is looking to take on the Samsung Galaxy A series, Pixel A series and more.

The Moto Edge 30 Fusion is described at the time of launch as an impossibly thin, perfectly balanced design whilst packing some high-end features into a budget mid-range device. So can the Moto Edge 30 Fusion take a battering in our review tests?

What’s in the Box?

In the box, you get the device, a clear plastic phone cover which I think all phones should always come with and I congratulate Motorola on providing one. There’s a 1-metre USB-C to USB-C cable, 68W Fast charger, SIM ejector tool, wired earbuds and additional rubber ear tips and the usual paperwork.

All about the Design

The Moto Edge 30 Fusion comes with a 6.55-inch Endless Edge Display (2400 x 1080 @ 402 PPI) that offers a 44Hz refresh rate and is housed in a 3D Corning Gorilla Glass 5 with anti-fingerprint coating. The side edges of the front curve off to each side.

The front display houses the 32 MP front-facing camera in a hole punch design near the top centre of the display. The front above the display houses a well-concealed speaker grill, and in terms of bezels, there’s little

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