Motorola P40 leak shows Moto’s new masterpiece

Motorola P40

Motorola P40

The first of the P-series include the Motorola P30, Motorola P30 Play a.k.a Motorola One, and the Motorola P30 Note a.k.a Motorola One Power. A new leaked render has provided a glimpse of an upcoming smartphone dubbed the Motorola P40.

OnLeaks didn't mention whether the renders were based on CAD factory designs, but that's usually the case with the tipster's leaks.

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The Motorola P30 successor, the Motorola P40, might feature a camera sensor in its display, similar to Samsung's Galaxy A8s. It is too early to say if the other P40 phones will adopt the same design. The bezels don't appear to have reduced and the one at the top is now even thicker. Sadly, there's no additional information in terms of price of the Motorola P40, though we do get some details about its specifications. The back has a pair of cameras, one of which enables massive 48-megapixel photos. The sensors are in the same housing, however, the LED flash now sits below the cameras instead of between them.

The Motorola P40 will likely be revealed in global markets with Motorola One branding. The dual shooter on the back will be in a vertical fashion, while the fingerprint scanner will have a Moto logo. What do you think it will be called?

Wired audio devotees will be happy to hear the headphone jack of the Motorola P30 is here to stay on the handset's sequel, along with a USB Type-C port, a small speaker grille on the bottom, and side-mounted volume buttons.

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