Motorola introduced this Thursday (14) another new device in the Edge 40 series: the “mid-range” Motorola Edge 40 Neo. With balanced configurations, the model promises to be “long-lasting and loved.”
The device adopts a similar look to its siblings with a square module on the back for two photo sensors. and LED flash. Additionally, the variant retains the thin thickness design.
Motorola Edge 40 Neo is the first mobile phone with MediaTek Dimensity 7030 mid-range chip. The model, which runs Android 13 and supports Moto Connect and Ready For, has up to 12 GB RAM and up to 256 GB internal space options.
with beveled edges, The phone has a 6.55-inch pOLED display with Full HD + resolution and 144 Hz refresh rate. Other highlights of the display include DCI-P3 color coverage, HDR10+ certification, and 1,300 nits maximum brightness.
For photography, Motorola Edge 40 Neo has dual rear cameras with 50 MP main sensor with optical image stabilization (OIS) and 13 MP ultra-wide angle. The model still adopts a model 32MP front camera for selfies and video calls.
As an extra, The device has 5G connectivity, Dolby Atmos-enabled stereo speakers and IP68 water resistance certification.. Using a 5,000 mAh battery, the mobile phone supports 68 W charging, going from zero to 50% in just 15 minutes.
How much does Motorola Edge 40 Neo cost?
Again, Motorola collaborates with Pantone for special Edge 40 Neo colors. The model will be available in Black Beauty (black with acrylic backing), Soothing Sea (light green with vegan leather backing) and Caneel Bay (dark blue with vegan leather backing) color options.
The mid-range handset will be available in countries across Europe, the Middle East and Africa starting September 21. In these markets, The device has a recommended price starting from 399 euros (approximately R$ 2,085 before taxes at current direct conversion).
Until now, There is no information about the launch of Motorola Edge 40 Neo in Brazil.
Source: Tec Mundo
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