The much anticipated Moto X40 smartphone will be released alongside other essential specifications and critical details before the launch. Recall that the Motorola brand released its Moto Edge 30 series into the Indian digital market during the early periods of 2022.
It was also reported that one of the Moto Edge 30 series variants, the Ultra variant, will be the first phone to have 200MP after release. The brand is on a mission to make some upgrades and advancements to the Edge 30 series very soon.
According to a popular tech website ITHome stated that the Motorola brand, owned by Lenovo, is preparing to get into a new technological phase and would launch a follow-up smartphone alongside the Edge 30 series. The upcoming smartphone is also expected to have the Moto X40 moniker.
Furthermore, Motorola X40 will be launched when Qualcomm unveils its next flagship chip, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in November.
Moto X40 Launch Timeline and Expected Specs
The Moto X40 would probably be the world’s first smartphone to have the latest flagship from Qualcomm. Nevertheless, other sophisticated smartphones might also come with the same processor. It might also feature a 6.75 inches display according to some other reports.
Moreover, the Moto X40 will have a high refresh rate and a display packed with full HD+ resolution. The optics will be filled with a 50MP selfie sensor and two 64MP sensors on the back. The charging speed would be high at the rate of 68W with the included 5000 mAh battery.
The Edge will be capable of taking good photos during the day. You can take some decent low-light photos with Motorola’s Night Vision mode if you can position well when pressing the shutter button on the Edge.
The variants of the Moto X40 series would be released simultaneously although each one of them will have its specific launch date. Additionally, the mobile smartphone would be available for sale on the global market as Moto Edge 40 Pro.
It is reasonable to assume that Motorola will not rest on its releases and will continue this pattern of improvements with other smartphones in its lineup. When that is done, perhaps some of its resources can be devoted to improving the cameras of future smartphone models.