The Motorola Edge 40 Pro came out just less than a month ago, and now the manufacturer company is already preparing for the release of a non-Pro (aka standard) version. The 40 Pro variant stands out for plenty of powerful features, and it’s not exaggerated at all to consider the device as a flagship phone. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, the up to 12GB of RAM, or the 6.67-inches OLED display with 165Hz refresh rate are among the main arguments to support the claim.
We certainly cannot expect Motorola to buy itself some time when it comes to the manufacturing of the Motorola Edge 40. The phone should come out in a few weeks if the fans are lucky, although we can certainly expect Motorola to clarify this aspect in an official post very soon.
Motorola Edge 40 looks fairly similar to the ‘Pro’ version
Photos and a promo video of the Motorola Edge 40 have leaked online, and we are free to check them out below in order to learn more about what to expect from the future phone:
It seems that Motorola Edge 40 will be a great companion for those who like to listen to music often. The phone is equipped with Dolby Atmos technology, as we can see from the images that appear in the tweet. Dolby Atmos is a surround sound technology that was developed by Dolby Laboratories and that is capable of expanding surround sound systems. That is possible due to the addition of height channels, which allow sound to be interpreted as 3D objects that lack horizontal and vertical limitations.
The two camera lenses that are placed on the rear of the Motorola Edge 40 are surely a bit surprising, as many of us were expecting more after we’ve seen what the ‘Pro’ variant is capable of. Speaking of the ‘sibling’ of the future phone, we’re glad to see that Motorola hasn’t changed the recipe, at least when it comes to the design. However, we can expect the standard Edge 40 to be a bit weaker in terms of specs compared to the Edge 40 Pro. However, it’s fair to assume that Motorola will rely on the top-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor in the case of the standard Edge 40 as well. The only differences will most probably be in the display size, the battery power, and the RAM memory, as it happens with most smartphones.
Sure, although the release date of the standard Motorola Edge 40 is up in the air for now, we should definitely keep an eye out for any information coming from official sources on the subject.