Motorola has come out strong with its latest offering, the Motorola Edge 50 Pro. It is a flagship-grade smartphone that comes with numerous one-of-a-kind features setting it a part from other smartphones; for example, it has an AI-powered Pro-grade camera which is the world’s first to have a f1.4 aperture and 50MP resolution. This article will explore detailed comparisons between Motorola Edge 50 Pro and One Plus12R, focusing on essential aspects such as camera, design, display, performance, software experience and battery.


Both the Motorola Edge 50 Pro and OnePlus 12R have 50MP main cameras though. However the Edge 50 Pro’s stand out AI powered pro grade camera uses quad-pixel technology with OIS (optical image stabilization) and laser autofocus. On top of that there is a telephoto cameras at 10MP with optical zoom of up to 3x/30x hybrid Zoom while 13 MP ultra wide macro+ depth sensor camera is also covered by the same device. In contrast to this one plus12R offers just one rear lens – F1.8/50MP OIS primary shooter combined with an Ultra Wide fixed focus camera for images at high quality level and a Macro Lens-2MP at minimum distances . While both smartphones perform well in terms of photography hardware specifications ,the edge that edge has over other phones is courtesy of AI features.


The moto edge 50 pro weighs around 186 grams, which makes it lighter. The backside incorporates silicon vegan leather finish to enhance grip comfort as well as giving it a touch of luxury feel on user’s hands. In conclusion however we can notice that motorola edge series looker better tech design wise. OnePlus 12R is heavy and not slim when compared with moto.


Powered by Pantone, Motorola Edge 50 Pro prides itself as the first curved display with true color 1.5k 144Hz in the world. With a screen size of 6.7 inches and a 10-bit P-OLED display that reaches peak brightness of up to 2000 nits, Edge 50 pro’s panel is vibrant enough that you can use it even under direct sunlight. On the other hand, OnePlus 12R comes with a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen which supports HDR10 Plus but has a resolution of only 2780 x 1264 pixels for pro XHDR10. Although both screens are top-notch, the higher brightness and color accuracy make edge display stand out.

Performance and Software:

In terms of power, OnePlus 12R runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor while Motorola Edge 50 Pro uses Qualcomm snapdragon 7 gen 3. However, one can get through their day to day activities and play games without any lags with ease when using the motorola edge series phones like Motorala Edge 50 Pro Furthermore ,the phone comes with Android version 14 pre-installed and guarantees updates to Androids 15,16, and 17 along with four years worth security patches, thus giving pure android experience without bloatware.


Motorola Edge 50 Pro has a battery capacity of 4500mAh that charges at125W so it is capable of fast charging it. However, there were concerns over OnePlus’ decision to put a larger 5500mAh battery in this handset but still limit its charging speed to old 100w. When compared to Oneplus 12R which has bigger battery capacity, the faster charging capability in Motorola Edge series ensures that you are able to replenish your device’s juice quickly whenever required.


The Motorola Edge 50 Pro stands out in terms of pricing as one of its main advantages. Available in storage capacities of 256GB, the Edge 50 Pro comes in two variants: an 8GB model starting at Rs. 31,999 and a 12GB variant with prices beginning at Rs. 31,999. Additional offers such as immediate bank discounts, cashbacks and exchange bonuses make the Edge 50 Pro’s effective pricing quite competitive. Conversely, the OnePlus 12R is priced at ₹39,999 making it more expensive than Edge 50 Pro which has all features as well as performance without burning holes into pockets.


The Motorola Edge 50 Pro provides multiple aspects to like about it; from its unique specifications up to an amazing camera capability, sleek design, lively display, seamless performances; clean software experiences; fast charging support and competitive price which would make you want to buy it. On the other hand, when compared to the OnePlus12R that comes with slightly better hardware performance numbers on paper but falls short overall in terms of cost-effectiveness and overall customer satisfaction than any other smartphone on this list which is why I think most people would still prefer it over One Plus’ product line-up even though they might seem similar or even identical at first glance.

If you are looking for an affordable smartphone that will give you a great experience without hurting your pocket then go for Motorola’s Edge 50 Pro.

By Rajeev Rana

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