Motorola Edge 50 Ultra Review And Specification 2024

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Motorola Edge 50 Ultra Review And Specification 2024

Motorola Edge 50 Ultra Review And Specification 2024

Motorola Edge 50 Ultra Review And Specification: The Motorola edge 50 ultra it brings some very good specs a unique design a nice camera setup and some AI features. I’ll tell you all about it along with some quirks that have this phone so stick till the end and let’s get started out.

Design And Display

First of all, this is probably the first time I have seen a wooden back panel on a smartphone. I love it, and it is very well made. When I first unboxed this phone, it took me a while to set it down as I couldn’t stop praising the back panel. By the way, this is the great wooden variant. There are two other options as well if you like vegan leather.

The in-hand feel of the phone is very good, even if it’s not the lightest or the thinnest. The frame is aluminium with the mic, power and volume buttons on the right side, a dual SIM slot, a fast Type-C port, speakers on the bottom, mic, speakers and Dolby Atmos branding on the top. In case you are wondering, it is also IP68-rated, especially because of the wooden back.

Motorola Edge 50 Ultra Review And Specification 2024

Now, when it comes to the display, it is a Pantone-validated 1.5k 6.7-inch curved OLED panel with a 144Hz refresh rate and a peak brightness of 2800 nits. It’s not an LTPO panel though, which would have been great, but otherwise, it’s a great display. It’s bright both indoors and outdoors, works even with wet fingers, and the in-display fingerprint scanner works great too. I even watched a couple of movies like Godzilla Minus One on it. The colours looked perfect, and the Dolby Atmos-tuned speakers were also very loud and clear, so no complaints there.

Now, there’s one thing. You get HDR support on Amazon and YouTube, but it’s not available on Netflix. We asked them about it, and they assured us that Netflix will also get HDR support soon with an update. Apart from that, the haptics have also gotten better as I noticed they were much clearer while typing and also in the recent menu.

Software And AI Features

There’s another thing that’s gotten even better: the software. Yes, the Hello UI on the H50 Ultra also has some great new Moto AI features. First of all, with the AI ​​Magic Canvas, you can generate images by typing any prompt, and that’s pretty fun too. Plus, you can easily share these images and even set them as your wallpaper. The RAM Boost 3.0 feature also has an AI Auto option that learns from usage patterns and automatically allocates more RAM when needed.

Apart from this, you also get Smart Connect, where you can simply swipe to open any app on your phone on your PC, and it starts streaming from where you left off on your phone. Not only this, you can also control your phone with your laptop’s keyboard and trackpad. Clipboard sharing works seamlessly. You can also lock your PC from the phone itself, which again is quite useful. Also, you can use your phone’s camera as your webcam for Zoom calls. Well, there is the Smart Loop Video feature that will capture 5 seconds of your video and keep playing it in a loop, which is quite useful for meetings, online classes, briefings, etc.

Lastly, you can easily share files this way, plus you can connect to an external display, which is quite convenient. And yes, you get the classic Moto gestures with lock screen customization, and you are promised 3 OS updates with four years of security patches. As for bloatware, there are only three apps preinstalled with ads in the weather app and this widget.

Camera Specs And Reviews

Now, let’s talk about these cameras. The camera setup on this phone is quite impressive. You get a 50 MP main camera with OIS, a 50 MP ultra-wide camera with autofocus, a 64 MP periscope lens with 3x optical zoom, and a 50 MP selfie camera with autofocus. I took a lot of photos with this phone, and they almost always turn out very good, whether in daytime or indoor lighting conditions.

In nighttime conditions, though, there is a color shift between the main camera and the ultra-wide camera, and the processing of the ultra-wide lens is not as good as the other lenses. Portrait shots also come out very well, with good details and accurate colors. Plus, you can shoot portraits with multiple focal lengths, which is quite nice. The front camera also takes very good photos, as you can see here.

In terms of videos, all four cameras can record 4K videos. The rear cameras can do 4K at 60 fps, and the front can do 4K at 30 fps. The video from the main sensor is pretty color-accurate and stable, with no focus-hunting issues. Additionally, you get some useful camera features such as AI action mode, Adobe Scan integration, and more. 

All in all, the cameras on this phone are quite solid and don’t disappoint at all. Another thing that doesn’t disappoint is the performance, so let’s talk about that. This phone is launching with just one variant, which is powered by the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 with 12 GB of LPDDR5x RAM and 512 GB of UFS 4.0 storage. Although we tested quite a few 8 Gen 3 phones this year, this phone feels different. Here’s why:

In both AnTuTu and Geekbench, this phone performs as well as other 8 Gen 3 phones, but surprisingly, it runs way cooler, which is really good. However, in CPU throttling tests, it throttles more, and in 3DMark, the stability is quite less compared to other 8 Gen 3 phones.

In gaming, too, the H50 Ultra runs cooler, which is really good. We played a lot of games on this phone, and these are the gameplay settings you get on BGMI, COD Mobile, Genshin Impact, and COD Warzone. The gaming experience is quite smooth across all the games, but in BGMI, you don’t get 90 FPS as of yet, and in Warzone, I was getting an FPS of around 60 throughout my gameplay.

Other than benchmarks and gaming, this phone performs pretty well in day-to-day usage as well. The software is well optimized, and I did not face any issues or slowdowns. The RAM management was also good, and although the camera app was slightly laggy early on, it got smoother after a day or two.

Apart from that, you get a 4500 mAh battery with 125W wired fast charging support and 50W wireless charging support. And yes, you do get a 125W PD charger in the box that takes the phone from 0 to 100% in just 20 minutes.

Battery Backup And Pricing

Now when it comes to the battery life I got around 5 and 1/2 hours from this phone which isn’t the best but it can easily last your day with life to medium usage lastly when it comes to the connectivity you get Wi-Fi 7 Bluetooth 5.4 dual SIM support 175g bands VR support NFC and a typeC USB 3.1 Gen 2 port with display port 1.4 on the connectivity front this phone is pretty loaded but I would have been slightly happier if it had eim support as well.

Now coming to the pricing the Motorola S50 ultra is launched at Rs. 59,999 but with bank discounts and launch offers you can get it for 49,999 but do note that there’s only a single variant of this phone so what are your thoughts on the pricing of this phone if you guys have any questions ask us and we’ll answer them thank you for watching and I’ll see you in the next one.

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