Motorola Edge 40 Neo vs Infinix Zero 30 5G blind camera comparison: the battle for best shooter under Rs 25,000

Update: The voting has concluded, revealing the Motorola Edge 40 Neo as the winner in every category, except for low-light performance.

Today, in our blind camera comparison, we’re putting the Motorola Edge 40 Neo (review) up against the Infinix Zero 30 5G (review). Both are sub-Rs 25,000 smartphones that are making headways with their impressive design and specifications. Which smartphones offer better camera performance across various lighting conditions? Let’s find out.

Below are camera samples taken in daylight and lowlight conditions from both phones. To add an element of intrigue, we’ve masked the names of the phones. Cast your vote for the photo you like best, and in a few days, check this post to see how the phones stack up based on the votes collected.


The daylight shots above are from the respective phones’ primary cameras. The Motorola Edge 40 Neo ships with a 50MP primary camera, whereas the Infinix smartphone boasts a 108MP main sensor. That being said, they both output 12.5MP images by default and utilise HDR. Please vote for the phone that offers a superior image in daylight.


For ultra-wide shots, both phones are equipped with a 13MP lens that offers 112-degree field-of-view (FoV). Let us know which smartphone captures images with more sharpness across the frame. Pick the photo you think best represents these factors.


The Motorola Edge 40 Neo relies solely on computational techniques to distinguish between the background and foreground in portrait photography. On the other hand, the Infinix Zero 40 employs a dedicated 2MP depth sensor in addition to the main sensor and software to achieve the bokeh effect in its images. Cast your vote for the image that demonstrates superior edge detection and bokeh effect.


It’s time to examine the selfie performance of the Motorola Edge 40 Neo and Infinix Zero 30 5G. Both phones feature a high-res front-facing camera – 32MP on the Motorola smartphone and 50MP on the Infinix Zero 30. Vote for the best selfie, which showcases better facial detailing and background exposure.


In low light, Motorola Edge 40 Neo and Infinix Zero 30 5G both perform decently well with quick focus time. However, they use relatively long exposure time to let more light in for a better result. Take a look at the shots attached above and vote on which image you think is the best.

Night mode

The Motorola Edge 40 Neo, as well as its counterpart, the Infinix Zero 30 5G, both feature a dedicated night mode designed to enhance low-light photography. Please take a look at the images above, each taken using the respective Night mode of these devices, and cast your vote for the photo you consider the best.

That concludes this Motorola Edge 40 Neo vs Infinix Zero 30 5G blind camera comparison. Don’t forget to cast your votes!

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