Motorola launched a number of new products in the first half of the year. It seems the company will keep this pace in the second half as well. After passing multiple certifications such as BIS, TUV, and FCC, the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion has appeared on the GeekBench. From the latter, we can see features that just confirm features we have heard about before. benchmarking website, confirming information such as processor, memory, and operating system.
For instance, the GeekBench screenshot shows that our protagonist codenamed “tundra,” will come with 8GB of memory and run on the Android 12 operating system.
Also, in terms of benchmark scores and performance, the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion is powered by a Snapdragon 888+ processor and achieved 1158 points and 3444 points in the single-core test and multi-core test respectively.
Generally, this is not going to be a new smartphone but the international version of the Moto S30 Pro. For comparison, the Moto S30 Pro was released in China on August 11. It uses a 6.55-inch 144Hz OLED micro-curved screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ processor, a rear 50-megapixel OIS main camera, and a built-in 4400mAh battery, which supports 68W fast charging, etc.
We understand that many users might have concerns regarding the processor. But the Snapdragon 888+ is not weak. It’s been the most powerful chip in 2021. Moreover, the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 has many things in common with this chip. So if you think it will fall behind many phones currently available on the market, it’s a fake assumption.
As for pricing, the S30 Pro was priced at CNY 1,999 ($326) in China. But we guess the global version dubbed the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion will cost more, assumably priced at $399.99. For an upper-mid-range smartphone, this is an acceptable price.