Lenovo-owned Motorola introduced the ‘P’ smartphone series earlier this year in China. The company is now working on the successor to the P30 which was launched back in August 2018, expected to be dubbed as the Motorola P40. In partnership with OnLeaks, 91mobiles has just given us our first look at the device.
Going by the leaked images, the Motorola P40 is expected to be the brand’s first device with a punch-hole camera. The display hole is located on the top left corner. The P40 is likely to sport a 6.2-inch edge-to-edge display with thin bezels, with Motorola branding on the chin at the bottom chin. Design-wise, the rear panel can be expected to house a vertically-stacked dual rear camera setup (one of which could be a 48MP sensor). The back panel seems to be made out of glass. The Motorola logo located at the centre doubles up as a fingerprint sensor for unlocking the device. The SIM tray is visible on the left edge, and the power button and volume rocker are located on the right side. The Motorola P40 features a 3.5mm headphone jack positioned on the top while the bottom houses a USB Type-C port.
The images also reveal the Android One logo at the back which indicates the device will run stock Android and will get guaranteed updates.
Other specifications of the Moto P40 aren’t known at the moment. There’s no word on the pricing and release date of the device. While the P30 did not make it outside China, we expect the P40 to hit the international markets. Motorola might showcase the device at the upcoming MWC in February 2019.