Motorola is becoming a truly competitive smartphone maker. The Chinese company, which now belongs to Lenovo, is planning a new series of smartphones that will pick up where Samsung left room. The normal Edge 40 in particular could become a real insider tip here.
Motorola Edge 40 revealed
We’ve heard a lot about the Edge 40 Pro in recent weeks. It is said to be a new high-end smartphone from Motorola, which is said to offer good features at an attractive price of less than 900 euros. But now it has become known that probably also a regular Edge 40 is coming (Source: MySmartPrice). This should be even cheaper and could start exactly where the Galaxy S23 FE from Samsung should have operated. According to the latest information, this was sawn off in order to build a third folding cell phone.
According to the leak, the Motorola Edge 40 should hardly lose any features compared to the Edge 40 Pro. That’s how it comes here Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 deployed, which is supported by 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of internal storage. However, it is slightly slower UFS 3.1 storage, while the Pro model gets UFS 4.0. The At 6.55 inches, the OLED display is not too bigworks at 144 Hz and is up to 1,200 nits bright. Other top smartphones can do much more, but savings have to be made somewhere.
The Edge 40’s battery is said to be 4,400 mAh and can be quickly recharged with a cable at 68 watts. It should work wirelessly with 18 watts. A 50 MP camera is used and that Cell phone should even be waterproof according to IP68. Android 13 is also used directly as the operating system.
We took a close look at Motorola’s 200 MP camera:
Value for money should fit
According to the latest leaks, the Motorola Edge 40 Pro should cost less than 900 euros. The normal Edge 40 would be correspondingly cheaper. At around 750 euros in the RRP, Motorola could attract many customers. In the end, however, not only the hardware is convincing, but also the software and camera performance must fit. So you will have to take a close look at all of this.