Motorola Edge 50 Fusion vs Motorola Edge 50 Pro: Price, Specs, and Features Compared


Motorola is on a launch for mid-range smartphones in the Indian market. Last month, the company launched its Edge 50 Pro, and a couple of weeks ago, it unveiled the Edge 50 Fusion. While Motorola has several smartphones in its Edge lineup, the Fusion doesn’t have a fixed positioning; it can float between different edge categories. The earlier Edge 30 Fusion was situated between Edge 30 Neo and Edge 30 Ultra.

The latest Edge 50 Fusion is positioned below the Edge 50 Pro as it’s almost Rs 10,000 cheaper than the latter. If you are confused between Motorola’s latest Edge 50 devices, you have landed at the right place. Here, we will compare both devices to help you get the perfect Edge.

Motorola Edge 50 Fusion vs Motorola Edge 50 Pro: Specs at Glance

Specs Motorola Edge 50 Fusion
Motorola Edge 50 Pro
Display 6.7-inch Curved pOLED
6.7-inch Curved pOLED 144Hz
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 7s Gen 2
Adreno 710 GPU
Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 3
Adreno 720
Storage UFS 2.2 UFS 2.2
Software HelloUI
Android 14
Android 14
Camera 50MP OIS Camera
13MP Ultrawide
50MP OIS Camera
10MP Telephoto
13MP Ultrawide
Front Camera 32MP 50MP
Battery 5,000mAh 4,500mAh
Charging 68W Wired Charging
128W Wired Charging
50W Wireless
10W Reverse Wireless
Fingerprint In-display In-display
Audio Stereo Speaker
Dolby Atmos
Stereo Speaker
Dolby Atmos

Motorola Edge 50 Fusion vs Motorola Edge 50 Pro: Price in India

Smartphone Configuration Price
Motorola Edge 50 Fusion
8GB+128GB Rs 22,999
12GB+256GB Rs 24,999
Motorola Edge 50 Pro
8GB+256GB Rs 31,999
12GB+256GB Rs 35,999

Motorola Edge 50 Fusion vs Motorola Edge 50 Pro: Design and Build

  • The Edge 50 Fusion is available in two finishes: 3D PMMA and vegan leather. It is available in Forest Blue, Hot Pink, and Marshmallow Blue colourways. It weighs ~175 grams and is IP68-rated for water and dust resistance. The device also supports Smart Water Touch, which makes it functional in showers, swimming pools, and rain.
  • The Edge 50 Pro also has a vegan leather finish and is available in Black Beauty, Luxe Lavender, and Moonlight Pearl colour options. It weighs around 186 grams and has an IP68 rating.
Motorola Edge 50 Fusion

While both smartphones might look identical at first glance, there are quite a few differences between them. The Hot Pink colour on the Edge 50 Fusion comes in a Vegan Suede finish, which feels quite different from regular vegan leather. Apart from that, the Edge 50 Pro houses three cameras at the back and has an aluminium frame, whereas the Edge 50 Fusion features a dual camera setup at the back and has a plastic frame.

Motorola Edge 50 Fusion vs Motorola Edge 50 Pro: Display

  • The Edge 50 Fusion flaunts a 6.7-inch curved pOLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate, 100% DCI-P3, HDR10+, and 1600 nits of peak brightness. The display produces a resolution of 1080×2400 pixels and is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 5.
  • The Edge 50 Pro also gets a 6.7-inch curved pOLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ support. However, it features a higher peak brightness of 2000 nits and produces a 1220×2712 pixels resolution.

It’s quite difficult to pick a winner in terms of display, as both smartphones feature almost identical panels. However, if that extra bit of peak brightness or resolution matters to you, then the Edge 50 Pro emerges as a clear choice.

Motorola Edge 50 Fusion vs Motorola Edge 50 Pro: Performance and Software

  • The Edge 50 Fusion is powered by the Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 processor, paired with the Adreno 710 GPU. It also comes with up to 256GB of UFS 2.2 storage and 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM.
  • On the other hand, the Edge 50 Pro packs the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 processor with Adreno 720 GPU, up to 256GB of UFS 2.2 storage, and 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM.

The Motorola Edge 50 Pro appears to handle everyday tasks with ease. To quantify its performance, we ran the AnTuTu benchmark test, where it scored an impressive 827,231. Additionally, in the Geekbench test, it achieved a single-core score of 1134 and a multi-core score of 2910.

We’ll soon conduct the same tests on the Edge 50 Fusion, so stay tuned for those results!

Motorola Edge 50 Fusion vs Motorola Edge 50 Pro: Cameras

  • The Edge 50 Fusion has a dual camera setup at the back: a 50MP Sony LYT700C primary sensor with an f/1.8 aperture and OIS, a 13MP ultra-wide-angle lens with a 120° field of view, an f/2.2 aperture, macro vision, and an LED flash. On the front, it features a 32MP shooter with an f/2.4 aperture.
  • The Edge 50 Pro houses a triple rear camera setup: a 50MP primary sensor with OIS, a 10MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom, and a 13MP ultra-wide camera, offering macro and depth capabilities. On the front, it packs a 50MP camera with an f/1.9 aperture.
Motorola Edge 50 Pro

The Edge 50 Pro emerges as a winner. It comes with an extra 10MP telephoto sensor and a higher MP selfie shooter with a lower f-stop.

Motorola Edge 50 Fusion vs Motorola Edge 50 Pro: Battery and Charging

  • The latest entrant Edge 50 Fusion comes with the standard 5,000mAh battery and supports 68W wired charging, which is claimed to fuel up to 50% in just 15 minutes.
  • The Edge 50 Pro gets its juice from the 4,500mAh battery but supports 125W wired charging, which is claimed to go from 0 to 100% in 18 minutes. It also supports 50W wireless charging and 10W reverse wireless charging.

The Edge 50 Pro trumps again in terms of battery and charging capabilities. Yes, it packs a slightly lower 4,500mAh battery but the 125W wired and 50W wireless charging capabilities trade off the lower battery capacity.


The Motorola Edge 50 Fusion emerges as a clear mid-ranger and a true value-for-money smartphone. It has everything you need and nothing extra. So, if you are looking for a smartphone under the Rs 25,000 mark, the Edge 50 Fusion is a solid contender. It has a premium design, IP68 rating, a pOLED curved display, fast charging, a dependable chipset, and a capable camera setup.

However, if you are comfortable spending that extra Rs 10,000, the Edge 50 Pro also makes sense; it supports an extra telephoto sensor and faster wired charging. It also supports wireless and reverse wireless charging. The display is brighter and the phone has an aluminium frame instead of a plastic one.