The Edge Plus, a flagship device from Motorola released earlier this year, has all the characteristics we look for in the best Android devices, including a top-tier Qualcomm chipset. With Qualcomm’s newest and finest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC and more RAM than you can possibly use on a phone, the upcoming Moto X40 is set to carry on this history. The company might release the device in December, according to several leaks and rumors.
Features and specifications for the Moto X40
According to a recent TENAA filing, the smartphone has a body size of 161.3×73.9×8.5mm and a weight of 196 grams.
The Moto X40’s 6.67-inch OLED display is anticipated to include a 1080 x 2400 resolution, 10-bit colour, and an under-screen fingerprint sensor. The forthcoming flagship smartphone will probably have a triple rear camera arrangement. The setup will include 50MP+50MP+12MP sensors and support for 4x optical zoom in the camera area.
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Moreover, the newest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which is reported to be 35% quicker and 40% more power-efficient than the previous generation processor, will be included in the upcoming Moto X40.
Jin recently published the Moto X40’s AnTuTu benchmark. The benchmark revealed a staggering 1,312,901 high score. It also provided a general indication of what to anticipate from the newest Qualcomm flagship SoC.
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All of it is excellent, but the CPU will see the most improvement. AnTuTu has already recognized the Moto X40’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, which scored an astounding 1312901 points. It is a significant improvement over the prior Qualcomm chip.
The Edge Plus was a good phone overall. However, Motorola chose to charge a premium for it, pitting it directly against Apple and Samsung. When the Moto X40 finally reaches India, let’s hope it chooses a more reasonable price.