It looks like the official Motorola Edge 40 and Edge 40 Pro announcement is just around the corner, but new leaks have already painted a clear (and flattering) picture of what fans should expect from smartphones.

The Motorola Edge 40 Pro, in particular, promises to be a great device if the leaks are true, and could be an unexpected rival to a great smartphone. Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

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Filtered rendering of the Motorola Edge 40 Pro.

According to avid Twitter leader SnoopyTech, Edge 40 Pro specs laid out in full. The flagship will be equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and will offer 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. It will feature a 6.67-inch Full HD+ display with a 165Hz refresh rate, as well as a 4,600mAh battery that supports 125W ultra-fast charging via a USB-C port. In terms of cameras, the Motorola Edge 40 Pro is rumored to support three main sensors: two 50MP lenses (one wide-angle and one ultra-wide) and a 12MP telephoto lens. The Edge 40 Pro phone is said to have a massive 60MP selfie camera on the front.

These specs, combined with the fact that it will most likely run Android 13 out of the box, indicate that the Edge 40 Pro is essentially a Galaxy S23 Ultra with a few different cameras. The only important thing that makes it different is its supposed price.

The 256GB version of the S23 Ultra retails for $1,199, while the Edge 40 Pro goes for just €899 (roughly $975). That price difference is pretty significant given how expensive new flagship smartphones have become lately, so the Edge 40 Pro boasts some pretty impressive specs for a device that will likely sell for less than $1,000.

While none of this has been officially confirmed yet, there are constant leaks of Motorola Edge 40 Pro specs that seem to confirm each other’s information, so it looks like Motorola might be sitting on a major flagship competitor.

The Edge 40 Pro also portrays it as an elegant smartphone with a rounded display that is almost bezel-less. The Edge 40 Pro (called the Moto X40) has performed well in China, so given its impressive specs, it will be interesting to see how it fares globally when it finally makes its official debut.

Source: Digital Trends

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