Motorola P40 powered by Samsung Exynos 9610 SoC and 48MP rear camera looks interesting

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Motorola is all set to introduce its next P series handset. While we knew that the handset would be sporting a punch-hole display design, it is the first time that the internal specification leak been confirmed. Motorola was believed to be tapping Samsung to include Exynos processor on its next phone. And it might turn out to be true.

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Motorola P40 specs

A new reported popped up on 91Mobiles suggests that Motorola is working to introduce Exynos 7 series 9610 processor on its Moto P40 smartphone, which would be the successor to the Motorola P30. It is Samsung’s 10nm based Octa-core processor. Talking about the RAM and storage configurations, it is believed to be offered in three configs including 3GB + 32GB, 4GB + 64GB, and 4GB + 128GB.

Further, we know that it would be sporting a dual rear camera setup, where the primary lens would be a 48MP resolution camera. The handset is believed to come in two colours; Blue and Gold. It will notably have an NFC connectivity, which was missing on the predecessor. All this could be powered by a 3500mAh capacity.

Also read:  Moto P40 to come with a Snapdragon 675 SoC and 48MP rear camera

Motorola must be excited about this phone, as it would be its first many things. The first 48MP rear camera phone, first Exynos SoC powered phone, first punch-hole display, and probably an in-display fingerprint sensor as well. As per previous leaks, the P40 is believed to pack under the display fingerprint sensor. 

Motorola will ideally introduce this phone in India under Android One branding as it did with the Moto P30 Note, AKA Moto One Power in India. Let us know in the comment section below what do you think of this phone.    


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