Along with the new design, the biggest difference with the P40 compared to the P30 is that it will likely see an worldwide release in markets other than just China. It is said to be a successor of the Motorola P30 which was only available in a few select markets. These phones are expected to be unveiled in early 2019.
The images provided show a punch-hole camera in the top left-hand corner, which will offer more screen real estate to users, although there is a "chin" on the device bearing the manufacturer's name. Motorola has been in the news for a long time now and it's all because of the leaks and rumours about the upcoming Moto G7 series that the company is currently working on. Motorola P40 could launch with Motorola One branding, reports 91Mobiles. The key highlight of this Moto phone could be the punch hole display. The rear panel appears to be protruding, thanks to the dual camera with a 48MP primary sensor. The back has a fingerprint sensor under the Motorola "bat" logo.
The pictures have the selfie camera as a hole on the top left of the 6.2-inch display; camera details are now unavailable. The renders also show the phone from the sides which reveal that on the left side there will be the SIM tray, while on the right there are the Volume and Power buttons.
Oddly enough, the Motorola P40 is expected to be overall taller than its notched forerunner, at 160.1 mm, as well as thicker, which is not necessarily bad news if the 3,000 mAh battery also grows in size. The USB Type-C port, mic and speaker grille are at the bottom. The megapixel of the secondary camera of the P40 is yet to be revealed.
The rear looks quite upmarket with a dual-curved back design that features a vertical dual-camera setup.
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