Motorola Edge 40 Pro renders and price revealed


A few days ago, Motorola announced a bunch of entry level phones as part of its “E” and “G” series. It looks like Lenovo owned Motorola is preparing to launch a high-end smartphone in the coming months. Today the upcoming Moto Edge 40 Pro showed up in a couple of leaked official-looking renders, and those also came with a list of full specs, and pricing too. Let’s dive in.

The Moto Edge 40 Pro is basically a rebranded version of the Moto X40, carrying the same design language, including the same square-shaped camera island setup on the back side. To recall, Moto X40 has passed through Geekbench platform and managed to score 1471 points in singlecore, 4683 points multicore tests. 

As you can in the images, the Moto Edge 40 Pro’s display has a curved display with a punch-hole cutout in the upper center portion. It has thin bezels, while the power and volume rocking buttons are placed on the right edge of the device.

Specs wise, the Moto Edge 40 Pro comes with a 6.67-inch curved OLED display with FHD+ resolution, 165Hz refresh rate (which is very huge), and DC Dimming. Inside, it runs on the cutting-edge Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 octa-core processor with the prime core clocked at 3.19GHz, four cores clocked at 2.80GHz, and three cores running at 2.02GHz. The chipset is paired up with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage option.

For photography, it has a triple camera setup on the back side, consisting of a 50MP primary camera with OIS, coupled by a 50MP ultra-wide unit and an additional 12MP telephoto lens. Around the front, the Edge 40 Pro trades a 60MP selfie camera for handling video calls and face unlock. The entire device will be supported by a 4600mAh battery, which has support for 125W wired charging and 15W wireless charging capable speeds.  

Moto X40

The Moto Edge 40 Pro runs on the latest Android 13 OS, and it will be offered in two colors: Black and Blue. There is no word on the launch date, but the source claims it will be priced at EUR 850.

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