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  1. Hi ,

    Thanks for the detailed review.

    You mention this :

    //Motorola didn’t say what kind of display protection they have used on Moto edge 20 Fusion. Now, on the backside, it has plastic while there is a metal frame all around the device.//

    But in the detailed spec list , the following is mentioned :

    Corning Gorilla Glass

    Does this mean that you do not know which type , 3 , 5 or 6 has been used ?

  2. New moto lineup looks sleek. The edge 20 fusion with the dimensity 800U chip and the 108MP cameras really speaks to me

  3. Hi, Intersted in the product. Need clarification on sound as i’m a music lover. How would be audio quality without stereo effect.

    Also, kindly give details on NEG display protection. will it be effective for gaming usage. Kindly share your views and suggestions, Shall I go with the product..?

    1. NEG (Nippon electric glass) is close to Gorilla Glass 3 but Still, Motorola didn’t mention which version they have used. Also, the audio is pretty loud but it’s not as good as Stereo Speakers.

      So if you have used a smartphone with Stereo Speakers then you might be disappointed. Overall, I would say, as this is priced at Rs 21,499, it’s worth buying.

      By the way, MediaTek Dimensity 800U is a powerful chipset, you won’t face any problem while playing games.

  4. Have used Moto G5 plus. Enjoyed it thoroughly. Between moto edge 20 fusion, samsung m52 and OnePlus nord ce which is best…. Sound quality wise and camera quality too.

    Thank you

    1. First thing first, don’t buy OnePlus Nord CE. If you want an overall best smartphone then Galaxy M52 5G is a good option but if you want clean stock UI and if you can live with decent speakers then MOto Edge 20 Fusion is also not a bad option.