The Motorola Moto X30 features a flat display, however the Moto X30 Pro (also known as the Edge 30 Ultra) featured a dual-curved display when it was first introduced. As China’s MIIT just unveiled photos of the XT2301-5, which some belief to be the Motorola Moto X40, things could grow curvier in the following generation.
not the plain, unadorned X40 Pro. Nevertheless, it does resemble the current Pro more because of the square camera island and curved display.
However, looking closely, you can see that the display is genuinely curved on all four sides. Although the Chinese government has not yet released any details, we may assume that the monitor in question is a 144Hz OLED one. According to several sources, Motorola will increase to 165Hz, however.
There are already rumours going that the Motorola Edge 40 Pro and the Moto X40 will both employ the forthcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU. This has to be combined with 8 or 12GB of RAM.
Although the entire list of specifications for the XT2301-5 has not yet been released, reports suggest that the X40 will retain its 50MP primary and 50MP ultra-wide cameras while also adding a 12MP telephoto sensor. And a 60MP front-facing camera will be included (likely with a special model that puts it under the display like the X30 Under Screen Camera Edition). We’ll keep an eye out for any confirmation of these specifications from the Chinese wireless operator.
Details about the Moto X40 (rumoured)
The Moto X40 will, reportedly, have an OLED display with a refresh rate of up to 165Hz. The system’s processor is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip. 8GB or 12GB of RAM are anticipated to be included.
A front-facing camera with 60 megapixels will be available in the Moto X40. A 50MP primary camera, a 50MP ultra-wide lens, and a 12MP telephoto camera will all be located on the device’s rear panel. The device’s actual battery size is not yet known. However, 68W rapid charging is anticipated to be supported. It is anticipated to ship with the Android 13 OS preinstalled.
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