A Motorola expanded its smartphone portfolio in the Brazilian market with the launch of Edge 50 Ultraa device that arrives with the price tag of R$ 5.999.

This new member of the Motorola family arrives with the powerful chip Snapdragon 8S Gen 3 and Qualcommwhich appears as the second most robust among the processors from the manufacturer. But the potential of this smartphone is not limited to its computational core; he is also endowed with a pOLED panels with one refresh rate 144 Hz and a camera equipped with a periscopic lens.

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Now Brazilian users have the possibility of purchasing any of the three models in the Edge 50 series that were presented to the public in April this year. For those looking for a balance between high performance and cost-benefit, the Edge 50 Pro presents itself as an interesting option, with its price of R$3,499. The Edge 50 Fusion, the most affordable in the series, costs R$2,999, making it a viable alternative for consumers who want to experience some of the line’s excellence without compromising their budget too much.

Chipset, cameras and artificial intelligence

Focusing again on the protagonist of this line, the Edge 50 Ultra is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8S Gen 3 chipset. This chip, although not the absolute performance leader represented by the 8 Gen 3 model, delivers formidable processing capacity and is capable of handling the most demanding tasks.

Support for advanced features artificial intelligence contributes to the improvement of images captured by the device’s camera, allowing the user to enjoy photos and videos with surprising quality. Furthermore, Motorola emphasizes the inclusion of features such as wallpaper customization and resource optimization for video stabilization.

The telephoto camera with periscopic lens deserves a separate highlight within the Edge 50 Ultra’s photographic set. It has a 3x optical zoom and a 64 megapixel sensor, which together provide incredibly detailed images even in situations where the object is distant. The device’s other two cameras — the main one, 50 megapixels, and the ultrawide one, also 50 megapixels — complement this powerful optical arsenal.

Screen, hardware and other characteristics

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As for the materials used in the construction of the device, they were selected to create an attractive and resistant product. Among them, we find polymers with a texture similar to ivory, vegan leather, wood and suede, which give the phone a unique and premium appearance.

Its 6.7-inch pOLED screen comes with cutting-edge technical specifications, including Super HD resolution, 144 Hz refresh rate, 2,500 nits peak brightness, and compatibility with HDR10ensuring immersive and vibrant content viewing.

Now approaching the internal characteristics of the Edge 50 Ultra, the device has a generous 12 GB of RAM and a spacious 512 GB internal storage. The battery, with a capacity of 4,500 mAh, offers satisfactory autonomy and supports fast charging both wired, reaching up to 125 W, and wirelessly, up to 50 W.

It runs the Android 14 operating system and Motorola ensures its commitment to long-term use by promising three future system updates in addition to four years of security updates.

Motorola Edge 50 Ultra technical sheet

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  • Bodies: 6,7″ Super HD (2712 x 1220 pixels);
  • Panel Type: pOLED;
  • Refresh Rate: 144 Hz;
  • Screen Protection: Gorilla Glass Diet;
  • Maximum brightness: 2.500 nits;
  • HDR10: Yes, for expanded dynamic range in videos and games;
  • Processor: Snapdragon 8S Gen 3 (up to 2.75 GHz);
  • GPU: Adreno 720;
  • RAM memory: 12 GB;
  • Storage: 512 GB;
  • Cameras:
    • 50 MP main, 84.1º, f/1.68 and OIS;
    • Hybrid (ultra wide/macro) 50 MP, 114º ef/2.0;
    • 64 MP telephoto lens, 33.4º, f/2.4, 3x and OIS;
    • 50 MP front, 90º, f/1.95 and auto focus;
  • System: Android 14 (promising 3 updates and 4 years of security packages);
  • Smart Connect: Yes, facilitating smart connection with nearby devices;
  • Mobile Connection: 2G, 3G, 4G e 5G;
  • Battery: 4.500 mAh;
  • Charger: TurboPower 125 W e TurboPower 50 W sem fio;
  • Cores: Black (vegan leather), Wood and Peach Fuzz (vegan leather);
  • Dimensions: 161 mm x 72,4 mm x 8,59 mm;
  • Weight: 197 g.

So, what did you think of the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra? Do you think it’s worth the price charged?

Source: https://www.hardware.com.br/noticias/2024-05/motorola-edge-50-ultra-brasil.html

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