We spoke about the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra a couple of weeks ago, but it’s back with a vengeance after Dom’s been testing the phone and is surprised to discover it might be one of his favourites of the year so far.
Launched alongside the cheaper Edge 30 Fusion and Neo, the Ultra is a high-specced phone that can match almost any flagship out there, while undercutting them all on price. It may be headlined bya 200Mp main rear camera, but to be honest that’s not even the real draw: this is simply a well-balanced, slick flagship phone with few flaws at an excellent price.
That’s especially true when we see its latest competition, as Huawei launches the Mate 50 Pro in Europe – though not the regular Mate 50. Like most Huawei phones the hardware here looks excellent, and the variable aperture camera in particular has our attention. But is €1,399 simply too much for a 4G phone with no Google services?
Finally, the cloud gaming market is finally heating up, as Logitech unveiled its G Cloud handset, only to be followed days later by the first official tease of the Razer Edge 5G – almost certain to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon G3x Gen 1 chip, as seen in the Razer dev kit device shown off last year. How do these two handsets differ, and should the Switch and Steam Deck be worried?
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Tech Advisor's Deputy Editor, Dom covers everything that runs on electricity, from phones and laptops to wearables, audio, gaming, smart home, and streaming - plus he's a regular fixture on the Tech Advisor YouTube channel.