Motorola’s Edge 30 range has many variations. The Neo model is the most affordable of all, but it still has weighty arguments, such as its lowest price on the Fnac website. Instead of the 399 euros of its launch, we find it today at 319 euros.
With the Motorola Edge 30 Neo, the American manufacturer is positioning itself in the segment of compact smartphones, something rare in the mid-range market. This model also stands out for its attractive design and a well-optimized configuration, and today it even adds the price argument thanks to this 80-euro discount.
What to expect from the Motorola Edge 30 Neo?
- A 120 Hz OLED panel
- Snapdragon 695 and Adreno 619 combinations
- Correct autonomy and fast charge of 68 W
Instead of the usual 399 euros, the Motorola Edge 30 Neo is now available for sale at 319 euros on the Fnac site.
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Compact, balanced and elegant
With the Motorola Edge 30 Neo, the manufacturer has highlighted its know-how in terms of design. At the front we have the beautiful screen that occupies 95.6% of the surface, punctuated by a punch where its 32 Mpx front sensor and especially thin edges are housed. At the rear there is a double sensor module, the main one of 64 Mpx. The brand opted for plastic with a smooth finish on the back without being slippery. It is even pleasant to the touch. The set forms a smartphone with a particular aesthetic.
During the presentation of this model, Motorola highlighted the fact that its features are well mastered. For once, the manufacturer does not disappoint by integrating the Snapdragon 695 processor, which in addition to bringing 5G and being recorded at 6 nm, shines for its versatility. The SoC is supported by the Andreno 619 GPU, as well as 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. This configuration provides fluidity, comfort and daily performance.
A good screen and decent autonomy
The Motorola Edge 30 Neo may be the most accessible of the Edge 30 series, but the firm has made few concessions on its screen. We start here from a 6.3-inch OLED screen with a definition of 2,400 x 1,080 pixels (Full HD+) and a density of 419 ppi. Its brightness, which reaches 976 nits, will make the screen perfectly visible, even in direct sunlight. The icing on the cake, Motorola gives us a refresh rate of 120 Hz in this model. The interface, for its part, is based on Android 12 and is responsive and fluid with each request.
On the photography side, the main sensor delivers sharp images with plenty of detail during the day. Its optical stabilizer impresses as well as its autofocus. The shots on offer tend toward more natural colorimetry. Finally, the Edge 30 Neo has a 4,020 mAh battery that will last you a day and a half with moderate use. Recharging is done through a USB-C port, whose 68W charger recovers 100% of the battery in one hour.
To learn more, read our full review of the Motorola Edge 30 Neo.
The alternatives to the Motorola Edge 30 Neo?
To discover other smartphones with a small format similar to Motorola’s Edge 30 Neo, we now invite you to consult our guide on the best compact smartphones of the moment at Frandroid.
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