The Motorola X40 was the first flagship phone to be equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, released in December last year, but at that time the factory only arranged to launch it in the Chinese market. As in the past, Motorola will also sell it in overseas markets under the name of the Edge series. Judging from the recent appearance of the new machine on the benchmark website Geekbench, it should not be far from the release of the Moto Edge 40 Pro.
The Motorola X40 will be launched in overseas markets under the name of Moto Edge 40 Pro. From the basic specification configuration published on Geekbench, it can be determined that it uses a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, with 12GB RAM and a pre-loaded Android 13 system. The above specifications are basically the same as the X40, and the storage capacity of the Edge 40 Pro has not yet been determined, but the X40 provides up to 512GB of storage.
Since it is a twin brother, the specifications of the Motorola X40 can naturally be used as a reference for the Moto Edge 40 Pro, including a 6.7-inch FHD+ resolution AMOLED arc-edge punched screen, which supports 165Hz refresh rate, HDR, 10bit color, and DC Dimming. The body is IP68 dust and waterproof.
The built-in 4,600mAh battery supports 125W wired and 15W wireless charging. In terms of the camera, the front 60MP selfie lens, and the back camera consists of a 50MP main, 50MP ultra-wide-angle, and 12MP telephoto lens.