Motorola Edge 40 unboxing and hands-on review including a camera test, gaming with Genshin Impact and a full specs/features tour. The Moto Edge 40 is almost £300 cheaper vs the Pro version here in the UK, yet sports some respectable camera tech, dependable performance and some slick design.
So is this one of the best mid-range stock Android smartphones? Well, the Motorola Edge 40 will have stiff competition in the Pixel 7a next week, alongside rivals like the Samsung Galaxy A54 5G. That camera is dependable as long as it’s not too dark, but is it a Pixel beater? Unlikely. But the Moto Edge 40 can blaze through games like Genshin, while the pOLED display is a 144Hz stunner.
I like Motorola’s clean UI, as well as the skinny design (even if it is a 6.55-inch phone). Sadly there’s no headphone jack or expandable storage, and for battery life there’s better options.
So are you tempted by the Motorola Edge 40? Let us know below and check out my review of the Edge 40 Pro!
Motorola Edge 40 Unboxing Chapters:
0:00 – Baldy yapping on
0:38 – What’s in the box?
1:14 – Design
3:18 – Features
5:10 – Display & audio
6:59 – Performance & gaming test
8:36 – Battery
9:18 – Cameras
11:57 – Byyyyeeeeee
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