Motorola P40 Renders Leaked

Lenovo owned Motorola is expected to launch some powerful devices in 2019 as some rumors suggest that it’s working on some devices that are going to launch for almost all ranges starting from the entry-level to mid-range and to semi-premium level range. It’s likely to compete with Asus and Xiaomi. Doubtlessly, in India sub 20K category is the most competitive section because 70% devices are sold in this section. In various tech blogs, two renders are going viral. One is of Moto G7 and another is the next big thing from Motorola, Moto P40. 

Moto P30 was a successful release and the next phone that’s tipped as the Moto P40 may be another successful device and probably that’s why people around the globe are talking about this device as some renders show outstanding features and specs.

There’s no one who claims built quality of Moto devices are poor. Motorola is known for building sturdy devices and the upcoming phone will also carry its signature building style. The display looks like a standard bezel-less screen having a layer of Corning Gorilla glass protection on the top. It features a punch hole front facing camera though after having Samsung and Huawei devices with the same spec, it doesn’t seem like something new on this field.

Like Moto P30, the new P40 will also feature a light choco brown color and the whole package look so premium with the 3D design of the back panel. The display is a standard 6.2-inch uniform bezel-less display with standard AMOLED fittings.

There’s a fingerprint sensor at the rear part where the Motorola brand logo is printed and the rear camera comes with a dual cam setup where another sensor is seen but the function of that one is really unknown to us till now. It got an Android One branding at the rear part as well which indicates the device will receive free firmware update directly from Google for two years at a stretch and the product will be available at budget price segment.

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