Pros and Cons of the Motorola Edge 20 Fusion

Last month, Motorola introduced its 5G-powered premium mid-range smartphone lineup in India dubbed Edge 20 and the Edge 20 Fusion. The latter has been announced at an asking price of Rs. 21,499 for 6GB RAM and 128GB storage model.

There is an 8GB RAM model as well for which you will need to shell out Rs. 22,999. But, the cheaper price tag isn’t the only key takeaway with the Motorola Edge 20 Fusion.


Tall 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with 90Hz refresh rate

IP68 certified body

Powerful Dimensity 800U processor

108MP triple rear cameras perform good

Stock Android UI


Not suitable for single-hand usage

Average night camera

Features like an FHD+ AMOLED display, 108MP triple rear cameras, and a fast-charging supported 5,000 mAh battery make it one of the strong contenders in the sub Rs. 25,000 price segment.

The Motorola Edge 20 Fusion is a good mix when it comes to design and display combo. The handset has a single-tone matte-textured rear surface that picks up little if not much of the fingerprints and smudges.

The device has a dedicated Google Assistant key on the left edge along with the SIM card tray. The handset has a 3-way SIM slot which allows using dual SIM cards and a microSD card simultaneously.

It has been swift with almost all the tasks given at hand. The phone is driven by the MediaTek Dimensity 800U octa-core processor. I have seen several popular affordable 5G smartphones in India powered by the same processor — the RealmeNarzo 30 Pro, Realme X7, and the Reno6 Z to name a few.

This chipset can perform multiple tasks running in the background with the least of lags. The gameplay experience is also good. But, that’s not super concerning. You can select between 6GB and 8GB RAM options.

The Motorola Edge 20 Fusion packs a 5,000 mAh battery unit which is aided by 30W fast charging. The large-sized battery suits the modern day’s requirements. It is capable of delivering an entire day of backup with a single charge.

That’s with basic usage including web surfing, occasional media playback, and a few hours of gaming. It takes over an hour for the device to get recharged from zero to 100 percent.




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Shaurya Sharma

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Pop culture whiz. Social Media junkie. Web guru. Unapologetic Trash TV connoisseur. I write more than I read. Talk to me about all things Tech.

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