Motorola Edge 40 Neo 5G Review

– 8GB RAM + 128GB Storage: Rs 23,999 – 12GB RAM + 256GB Storage: 25,999 Black Beauty, Caneel Bay, and Soothing Sea color options.

Is it Worth Buying Honor 90 5G?

Yes, absolutely  the Motorola Edge 40 Neo 5G is worth buying but keep in mind it doesn't have the good cameras while SoC is not powerful enough to handle heavy games.

Its perfect smartphone for those who wanted clean android experience and who doesn't play heavy games. The cameras are kind of okay.

Motorola has added OIS which is good but its sad to say that, the OIS doesn't properly. So yes, don't expect the best video stabilization . 

The 5,000mAh battery will last for day while 68W charger is great add-on because Motorola mostly offers 30W in mid-budget segment.

Stereo Speaker is good to have in smartphone but somehow, the tuning on Moto Edge 40 Neo 5G is not perfect.

The 70% from the bottom and 30% from the top speaker. Of course, there is no 3.5mm audio jack but yes, it does not have a micro-SD card slot.

You know what is selling point, the display. The 6.55-inch curved pOLED display is beautiful while the 1300 brightness makes everything look perfect under sunlight.

The build is kind of okay which is fine as this is Rs 23,999. 

The MediaTek Dimensity 7030 is not made for power-hungry users, it’s the best for those users who love to use social media, watch movies on Netflix, play casual gaming, take video calls, and want a Stock Android experience.

Now, the SoC is not that bad but it’s not for power-hungry users. So if you’re someone who loves to play games like COD Mobile or even BGMI for hours then this is not the perfect smartphone for you.

Motorola Edge 40 Neo 5G has a few great features like IP68 rating, curved display, and even massive 68W wired charging but


that doesn’t hide the worse cameras and decent processor for the price of Rs 23999. So if you want a balanced phone with stock Android then go for it otherwise you can also take a look at Infinix Zero 30 5G.