Motorola Edge 20 Pro
The Edge 20 Pro has a flat front and a curved back, making it much more comfortable to hold in your palm. On the right side of the phone, the power button and volume rocker are both located unreasonably high.
The blue-to-black colour gradient on this phone gives it a luxurious appearance. The triple cameras are stacked vertically and protrude far enough from the phone to cause it to wobble when placed on a table.
The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 870. The performance here is acceptable, which is heightened by the high refresh rate screen. Under sustained loads, such as BGMI sessions or back-to-back Antutu benchmark runs, it bogs down a little.
The Edge 20 Pro cameras are adequate; in fact, for most regular users, they will suffice. However, it isn't the best camera system in this class, and it feels like a letdown compared to what the on-paper specs suggest.
The battery in this device is a 4500mAh cell that provided us with 5.5-6.5 hours of SOT on most days. However, charging speeds are lacking, with the 30W charger taking around 1.5 hours to charge the phone from zero to 100 per cent.
In India, the Edge 20 Pro offers the purest premium Android experience available. We receive vanilla Android 11 with a few Moto tweaks pre-installed.
For Rs 36,999, you get dependable performance, best-in-class display, all-day battery life, smooth software, and a decent set of adaptable cameras.