Motorola is working on a premium Android smartphone, the Moto Edge 40 Pro for the global markets. It is the rebranded version of the Moto X40, which was already launched in China in December 2022. As spotted by MyFixGuide, Google listed the Moto Edge 40 Pro on the Google Play Console, confirming its name and specifications.
According to the listing, the Moto Edge 40 Pro appears to feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset (SM8550) with Qualcomm Adreno 730 GPU clocked at 818MHz. The SD 8 Gen2 chipset is built on the new TSMC’s 4nm architecture with 1x Cortex-X2 Super Core (@3.0GHz), 2x Cortex-A715 and 2x Cortex-A710 Performance Cores (@2.5GHz), and 3x Cortex-A510 Energy-Efficient Core (@1.8GHz).
The unit appeared on the Play Console has 12 GB RAM and runs Android 13 (most probably with MYUI 5.0). The source code of the Google Play Console listing reveals that it has a display with 1080×2400 1200 pixels resolution and 400 screen DPI rate.
The remaining specs of the device are a triple camera setup on the back which consists of 50MP+50MP+12MP cameras, along with the 60MP shooter on the front for handling selfies and video chats. The device will be backed up by a 4,600mAh battery which has support for 125W superfast charging speeds.
We expect Motorola to launch the Moto Edge 40 Pro in the next few weeks during the MWC 2023 event as the phone has passed almost all certification processes (including FCC) and has received regulatory approvals by the required authorities. We should start hearing more details on the upcoming Edge 40 Pro in the coming days.