Motorola P40 to come with Samsung's Exynos 9610 chipset: Report
As the successor to its P30 smartphone, Lenovo-owned Motorola is working to launch the P40 handset. Recently, 91Mobiles revealed the phone's all new in-screen camera design and 48MP rear camera in high-quality renders. And now, the publication has leaked the key specifications of Motorola P40, claiming the phone will be powered by Exynos 9610 chipset. Here's everything we know so far.
Joining the trend of punch hole displays, the Motorola P40 will feature a selfie camera hole on the top left corner of the screen. This design should allow for an increased screen-to-body ratio and a taller aspect ratio of around 19:9. On the back, a 3D curved panel will house a dual camera setup and a fingerprint scanner concealed in the Moto logo.
As seen on the high-quality renders, the Motorola P40 will come with a headphone jack positioned on the top edge of the phone. At the bottom, it will house a USB Type-C port, a speaker grille, and a hole for the microphone.
The Android One-powered Motorola P40 will come with a dual rear-camera setup comprising a 48MP main sensor. This sensor could either be the Sony IMX586 or Samsung ISOCELL Bright GM1. Both the sensors offer effective 48MP with 0.8-micron size. Moreover, with 4-in-1 pixel binning technique, these sensors provide high-quality low-light images equivalent to a 12MP 1.6-micron pixel camera and 4x digital zoom.
According to 91Mobiles, the Motorola P40 will be powered by a 10nm Exynos 9610 chipset, paired with 3GB/4GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB/128GB of internal storage. The report also claims that the phone will support NFC and pack a 3,500mAh battery. Moreover, we can expect it to run stock Android Pie out-of-the-box.