Motorola Edge 40 Pro: First renders and details surfaced
Motorola is said to be launching the Motorola Edge 40 next year Pro the successor of Edge 30 Pro launch. In China, it could even be presented this year. Now the first renders and technical data have appeared.
The always reliable leaker OnLeaks shared together MySmartPrice the first leaks. The sources are quite trustworthy, so you can assume real leaks, but it can also be the case that one or the other detail is not true. We have summarized all the information about the upcoming mid-range smartphone in the following lines.
With dimensions of 161,3 millimeters in height and 73,9 millimeters in width, the Motorola Edge 40 Pro Although not a small smartphone, it will still be a bit smaller than this year's predecessor. Together with the camera bump on the back, it should also be 10,8 millimeters thick, which would be quite normal by today's standards.
While the predecessor still has a plastic frame, the Edge 40 Pro come with an aluminum frame, which would definitely be a nice upgrade. The back should still be made of glass, which should be slightly rounded on both sides. If we take a closer look at the supposed camera design, we see the biggest difference compared to the Edge 30 Pro. The new camera bump is said to be (almost) square and house three sensors. The bump on the predecessor was significantly longer, but not as wide.
There should actually be a few changes on the front, because the leaked renders suggest that the Motorola Edge 40 Pro should have an edge display. The Edge 30 Pro has a flat panel with slightly thicker edges. Apparently nothing has changed in the punch hole.
Specifications of the Motorola Edge 40 Pro
The display just mentioned is said to be a 6,67-inch OLED panel with a smooth refresh rate of an impressive 165 Hertz. In addition, it should resolve with FHD+ and be HDR10+ certified. The new Snapdragon 8 Gen2 from Qualcomm should be working under the hood, which should be supported by 8 or 12 GB of RAM and 128 or 256 GB of internal memory.
In addition, the smartphone should be protected against the ingress of water and dust according to IP68 and have a large battery with 5.000 mAh. It should be able to be charged wired with up to 68 watts.
When it comes to cameras, the manufacturer should install a triple camera – consisting of a 50 megapixel main camera, a 50 megapixel ultra wide-angle camera and a new telephoto camera with 12 megapixels. According to current information, a 60 megapixel front camera should be responsible for selfies.