Moto E40 Design Renders, Specifications, and Features: 6.5-inch HD+ 90Hz Display, 48MP Rear Camera
The Moto E40 is believed to run Android 11 Go Edition out of the box, according to the specifications.
Last month, concrete evidence of the Moto E40's existence surfaced. The Moto E40 was first discovered on Geekbench. The device's primary specifications had been exposed by Evan Blass. Today, however, Evan Blass has revealed a number of high-resolution renders of the next phone that hint at various characteristics of the device, like as the camera and fingerprint scanner placement, display refresh rate, and so on.
The first tweet from Evan is of the ‘not great, not bad' variety, but it does give some facts, such as the phone's octa-core processor and 6.5-inch HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate. Because the text is in Polish, we had to use Google Lens to translate it, and we are hoping that the phone will be released in Europe. Because an octa-core processor is mentioned, we may conclude that the earlier rumours about the Moto E40 coming with the Unisoc Tiger T700 SoC are valid for the time being.
Moto E40 pic.twitter.com/9agVJ3MvGV— E (@evleaks) September 20, 2021
Below that, Evan shared a few detailed mockups of the phone's back, including the triple camera configuration and fingerprint scanner. As a result, the earlier rumours of a 48-megapixel primary camera combined with two additional lenses are correct. Two buttons appear to be located above and below the volume rockers on the phone's right edge. So, one of these is almost certainly the dedicated Google Assistant button.
Moto E40 Specifications
The Moto E40 is believed to run Android 11 Go Edition out of the box, according to the specifications. The gadget is claimed to be equipped with Unisoc's Tiger T700 SoC, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of onboard storage. The phone could include an 8-megapixel selfie camera.
According to certain reports, the Moto E40 may have an IP52 dust and water resistant rating. Dual SIM compatibility, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, and a USB-C connector for charging and data transfer are all included in the phone's connection features. A 3.5mm headphone jack should also be included. The gadget will be equipped with a 4000mAh battery, which should be sufficient considering the device's HD+ display.
It is currently unknown whether Motorola will use a Unisoc SoC in the phone or in which territories it will be released. Still, based on the quantity of tips and leaks, we can guess that anticipation for Motorola's next inexpensive phone is increasing.
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