Motorola Edge 40 Pro Leaks with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2

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Motorola introduced its X40 flagship last December as one of the first smartphones to use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. The firm is now getting ready to release that package on the worldwide market with the Motorola Edge 40 series and Motorola Edge 40. (2023).

Motorola’s plan for the Edge 40 series and the Motorola Edge (2023) series has been revealed via a number of leaks over the past several days. Each of these Moto X40 variations was developed for new markets. Although the Edge series would be offered in the United States, the Edge 40 series would be introduced in countries like Europe.

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The Moto Edge+ (2023) for that US edition initially appeared on the Google Play Console this week and is equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU, 12GB of RAM, and an FHD+ display. The description doesn’t provide much other information, although the tablet also comes with Android 13.

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There has been a lot more activity outside. A detailed spec sheet and several pictures of the Motorola Edge 40 Pro were provided by SnoopyTech. According to reports, the phone will include a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, 12GB of Memory, and 256GB of storage. Moreover, there is a 4.600 mAh battery with 125W fast charging, a 6.67-inch FHD+ display at 165Hz, and Android 13.

A triple of cameras with a 50MP main, 50MP ultrawide, and 12MP sensor paired with a telephoto lens is also available. Snoopy claims that the device will cost €899 and come in “Lunar Blue.”

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In addition, MySmartPrice released specifications for the Edge 40 and Edge 40 Pro. With a 4,400 mAh battery, a 6.55-inch FHD+ display at 144Hz, and just two cameras on the back—a 50MP primary camera and a 13MP ultrawide camera—the less expensive variant looks to be built on a MediaTek Dimensity 8020 processor.

the exact timing of any of these launches is currently unknown, based on Motorola’s customary pattern, it shouldn’t be too long.

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