Moto Edge 40 Pro spotted on FCC certifications ahead of its launch


  • Moto Edge 40 Pro visits FCC certification revealing charging specifications
  • The smartphone is expected to support 125W fast charging

Motorola is gearing up to launch its next flagship lineup, the Moto Edge 40 series. Recently the vanilla Moto Edge 40 was spotted on TENAA certification, and now the Pro variant has visited the FCC certification.

The smartphone was spotted with the model number XT2301-4. According to the FCC listing, the Edge 40 Pro will support 125W wired charging as well as wireless and reverse wireless charging. However, there’s no information about the wireless charging speed.

The listing also reveals that the smartphone will have a dual SIM with e-SIM support and a physical SIM. Besides, the smartphone is said to come in a single physical SIM variant.

Moto Edge 40 Pro Expected Specifications

The Moto Edge 40 Pro is expected to flaunt a curved OLED display with a 165Hz refresh rate. Beneath the display, the device is expected to get power from the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. In terms of camera, the device is said to feature a 50MP + 50MP + 12MP camera setup at the back. Besides, the device is likely backed by a 5,000mAh battery with 125W fast charging support.

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