The expected Moto X40, a flagship series device, was in leaks and rumors for a long time. However, no kind of official data states the launch or any information about the device. But finally, this query is now solved as the company has made official announcements this morning.
Toda, Motorola (on its official Weibo) has revealed that the new Moto X40 will be released on December 15. The official announcement didn’t consist of any more information, but it can also be seen that this announcement has been made using the same flagship model (i.e., Moto X40).
It is worth mentioning that the phone was also listed on the AnTuTu benchmark with Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset in previous days and has scored more than 1.3 million points.
In terms of specs, the all-new Snapdragon 8 Gen2 is based on a 4nm TSMC manufacturing process and comes with an all-new core architecture that includes a single Cortex-X3 Super Core (clocked @3.2GHz), two Cortex-A715 and two Cortex-A710 Performance cores (clocked @2.8GHz) and three Cortex-A510 Energy-efficient cores (clocked @2.0GHz). The GPU is now Adreno 740 (an upgrade over the previous Adreno 730).
Previously, the Moto X40 was also listed on TENAA Certification, revealing that the device has the following dimensions: 161.3×73.9×8.5mm and weighs 196g. In terms of display, it features a 6.67 inches OLED Display, which has a Full-HD+ (2400x1080p) resolution and supports 10-bit color depth.
There is a triple camera (50MP+50MP+12MP) setup on the backside that also supports 4x optical zoom. Further, the phone is expected to have two different battery versions; one with 4950mAh and the second with a 4450mAh battery, while the charging speed is unknown.
Other features like under-screen fingerprint sensor and face unlock support are also there. Also, officials reported that this device would be IP68 certified, making it water and dust-resistant.
In the coming days, Motorola is expected to reveal more highlights regarding its Moto X40.