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