Motorola Moto Edge 40 Price and Renders Leaked – Will It Be a True Affordable Flagship?

Motorola Moto Edge 40

Just recently, we got a detailed look at the specs of the Motorola Moto Edge 40 series. Although, that previous leak offered more information about the Edge 40 Pro than the Edge 40. Well, TheTechOutlook has come forward to fill out the missed details.

According to the report, the Edge 40 is a brand-new phone from Motorola. The case was not the same for the Edge 40 Pro, which turned out to be a rebadged version of the China-exclusive Moto X40. Nonetheless, this new report confirms that the Motorola Moto Edge 40 will indeed be a great overall device.

Motorola Moto Edge 40 Price, Specs, and Renders

As per the previous report, the vanilla version of the Motorola Moto Edge 40 will feature a Dimensity 8020 chipset. Yes, it will likely be a mid-range SoC, especially compared to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. But it is expected to offer great performance in resource-demanding apps.

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Other than that, the Edge 40 will come with LPDDR4X RAM And UFS 3.1 storage. In terms of the RAM, you will be stuck with 8GB, but there will be an option when it comes to internal storage. The phone will debut in 128GB and 256GB versions.

Motorola Moto Edge 40 black

Besides that, the Moto Edge 40 will come with a curved AMOLED display, which will be 6.55-inch in size and feature a 144Hz refresh rate. The great part about this panel is that it will be an 8-bit panel, which you hardly find in mid-range devices. And the camera setup comprises of 50MP main module on the back with a 13MP ultra-wide sensor.

Motorola Moto Edge 40 green

A 4400mAh battery will power the internals of the Edge 40, which can charge at 68W in wired and 15W in wireless mode. And the device will sport an IP68 rating. The most important thing is that the 8/128GB mode is expected to cost $650 in Europe. Yes, the price tag might not excite you too much. But remember, it is yet to be confirmed.

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