Upgrading and strengthening its mid-range lineup, Motorola is about to reveal some new handsets’ in its G-Series. While we’re hearing about Moto G10 and Moto G30 for a while, reports reveal about a new phone joining the pack – Moto G40. This handset will support 5G and is recently listed in GeekBench. Here’s more about it;
Moto G40 new leaks
After changing multiple owners, Motorola now seems to be back in the race finally. The company has been introducing competitive smartphones in the budget and mid-range segment and is now looking to strengthen its position in that space. For this, it may soon launch three new handsets in the G-Series, touted as Moto G10, G30, and G40.
While the Moto G10 and Moto G30 be the lower mid-range smartphones, the Moto G30 be placed in the upper mid-range, since it’s touted to have Qualcomm’s low-end 5G chip, Snapdragon 480. While this serves the 5G connectivity, it lacks higher processing powers than other high-end chips.
While we heard enough about Moto G10 and G30, new leaks about Moto G40 tell the phone to come with an FHD+ display and support a 90Hz screen refresh rate on its LCD panel. Codenamed as “Ibiza“, this handset was spotted in GeekBench just yesterday and has 2466 points in the single-core test and 6223 points in the multi-core test.
Though being an entry-level 5G handset, it may ship with 6GB of RAM and Android 11 out-of-the-box. This has already been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance, and a tipster says Moto G40 may be introduced first in India. As per the GeekBench listing, it’s carrying a model number XT2137-2 and is speculated to have a quad-rear camera setup.
Others including having a bigger battery with fair fast charging support and quicker software updates are expected since it posses Google’s stock Android and is a special candidate in the community. This could be priced under $400, and may go against the likes of Redmi and Realme 5G handsets’.
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