Motorola Moto X30 Pro and Motorola Edge 30 Ultra:Review of the Sleek Design and a Crazy 200MP Camera

Motorola Moto X30 Pro and Motorola Edge 30 Ultra:Review of the Sleek Design and a Crazy 200MP Camera The world’s first SnapDragon 8 Gen1 platform smartphone, the edge X30, was made available by Motorola towards the end of the previous year. It is one of the least expensive devices with the bestselling chipset. Even when compared to the Xiaomi 12 series, the price is still extremely reasonable. Still not satisfied? Recently released is the more potent Moto X30 Pro/Edge 30 Ultra. The Moto X30 Pro/Edge 30 Ultra also features the highest-resolution 200MP camera sensor in smartphone history in addition to the upgraded CPU.Follow For More Update

The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 wasn’t introduced by Motorola, breaking with tradition. Motorola finally gave us the new Moto X30 Pro, which was only announced as the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra in Europe, a month after their competitors debuted their flagship phones with the 8+ Gen 1.

Motorola Moto X30 Pro

To be completely honest, when I first saw the X30 Pro, I had trouble believing that it was a Motorola product. This matte-finished, pure white rear cover has an ice cream-like appearance. I really appreciate the basic design because it isn’t overly detailed. Moto even used special texture processing on the logo to make it appear to be concealed on the back cover from different angles. The logo might only be visible from specific directions and in specific lighting.

So the all-white back design quickly caught my attention upon first sight. I also considered the possibility that if the camera module were to become snow-covered, it may be challenging to locate the phone.

The Moto X30 Pro has a more sophisticated and smaller camera module than other flagship phones, and it reminds me of various Vivo flagship phones from the past few years, including the Vivo X60 series. Even if this aesthetic design is not really unique, it is good to see it again.

cams with a Motorola Edge 30 Ultra

This time, the Motorola X30 Pro has a greater emphasis on mobile photography in addition to the improved camera module. And we’ll discuss it afterwards. The X30 Pro provides excellent control over both weight and body thickness. It is under 200 grammes in weight. However, if you only consider these numbers, you might assume that it will be comfortable to hold in your hand despite having an edge-curved screen and back cover. Unfortunately, the connecting frame is too narrow, a little bit sharp, and protrudes significantly from the back cover, making it feel somewhat uncomfortable to hold.

speaker & display

The 6.7-inch OLED display of the X30 Pro is available. Although Motorola‘s flagship phone still lacks a 2K resolution, the screen still looks fantastic and boasts plenty of information. With 10bit colours and a refresh rate of up to 144Hz, it provides smoother touches while using less power during regular use. Additionally, it has good brightness, so using it outside in the sun won’t be a problem.


Probably one of the X30 Pro’s strongest selling features is the camera performance. Moto has been a prominent supporter of high-pixel sensors for the past two years. This time they used the world’s largest pixel mobile sensor, the X30 Pro, which has an incredible 200MP resolution, four times higher than the iPhone 14 Pro’s main camera.

This is likely because for the brand, 100MP is way behind the times. How much information can it actually capture, then? In fact, we discovered that although though we could see more information after activating Ultra-High-Resolution mode, the gap was not as wide as anticipated, and in the meantime, it brought about two issues by watching a huge number of samples.

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The first issue is the two-second shutter delay, which means that Ultra High-Resolution mode is best suited for shooting still life or landscapes. Additionally, the large photo size takes quite a lot of space, thus I strongly advise against purchasing the regular version with 128GB of ROM. Alternately, just disregard the high-resolution mode.

However, it still offers some extra advantages, such as 4-in-1 pixel binning for regular photography on the primary camera. Additionally, in auto mode, the shutter response is incredibly quick and the pixel binning still provides good detail. Therefore, it should be advertised as being able to imitate the rich colour detail that comes with pixel binning rather than boasting an output of 200MP. So, in my opinion, marketing is still where the statistic 200MP is most frequently used.


Unsurprisingly, the SnapDragon 8+ Gen1 platform-powered X30 Pro offers a respectable performance output. It performs similarly to other Android flagship phones in benchmark tests, but keep in mind that it has a relatively small body. I was so concerned about its stability under high-performance loads from the beginning. The 3DMa

MYUI & software capabilities

It’s really difficult to find a brand that delivers an experience similar to Google Pixel since Oneplus returned to Color OS, however MYUI on this X30 Pro offered me an unexpected surprise by providing a very basic and unobtrusive experience.

All of your operations receive prompt, efficient responses. Motorola also provides a tonne of page customization choices, including the ability to alter the icon form as well as the font and home screen layout. Or perhaps you’re getting sick of the default app icons. There are many different independent icon sets available, so no problem.


Fast charging at 125 watts is supported by the X30 Pro, allowing for a 20-minute charge time. And happily, this phone has wireless charging. It even enables 10 watts of reverse charging while supporting wireless charging up to 50 watts. This undoubtedly outshines some of the more expensive phones. Please post any models that come to mind in the comments section.

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