When Motorola Edge 40 will give cutting edge competition to Nothing Phone 1, will it be able to hold the market?
The market has a plethora of options in the tech world which makes it confusing to pick the best among the best. We have drawn a comparison between the recently launched Motorola Edge 40 smartphone which comes with many first-phone claims and the Nothing Phone 1 which still has a tight grip on the market.
Display – Nothing Phone 1 comes with 6.55 inches wide OLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and 1080×2400 pixels resolution.
Motorola Edge 40 comes with a 6.55 inches P-OLED display with 144Hz refresh rate and 1080×2400 pixels resolution.
Platform– Nothing Phone 1 runs Android 12 which is upgradable to Android 13 whereas Motorola Edge 40 runs Android 13 OS out of the box.
When it comes to processor Motorola Edge 40 is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 8020 processor while Nothing Phone 1 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ 5G processor.
Storage and RAM – Motorola Edge 40 has been launched in two storage variants which are 128GB/8GB RAM with 256GB/8GB RAM. If we talk about the Nothing Phone 1 its storage is available up to 256 GB and RAM upto 12 GB.
Camera front- Motorola Edge 40 comes with a dual camera setup on the rear side featuring a 50 MP wide camera and a 13 MP Ultra-wide camera. The front side of the smartphone sports a 32 MP wide camera.
Nothing Phone 1 also brings a dual camera setup on the rear featuring a 50 MP wide camera and a 50 MP Ultra-wide camera. The front side of the smartphone boasts a 16 MP wide camera for flawless selfies.
Battery – Nothing Phone 1 packs a 4500 mAh battery whereas Motorola Edge 40 packs a 4400 mAh battery thus not making a big difference. Nothing Phone 1 battery supports 33W wired charging whereas the Motorola Edge 40 battery supports 68W wired charging.
The comparison drawn on the basis of these key aforementioned features will certainly help you to pick the best on the basis of your preference.