Motorola has started to confuse the hell out of people. Yes! The company is believed to be working on a Motorola P30 Note successor, which is also known as P30 Power AKA Motorola One Power in India. So, to sum up, the company is believed to be working on a Motorola One Power successor, Aka Motorola P40 Note. The first set of renders and a 360-degree video has been leaked, as shared by PriceBaba in partnership with OnLeaks.
Motorola P40 Note/ P40 Power design
The first and foremost thing to notice is that this would be the company’s first triple rear camera setup handset. Further, if the company announced it ahead of the alleged Motorola One Vision. Then, it could be its first phone with a punch-hole display design. Oh yes! the company is believed to be working its second punch-hole display phone.
Talking about the specifications of the Motorola P40 Note the handset is believed to sport a 6.2-inch display, which is the same as of the Motorola One Vision. The resolution could be at HD+, which would make it least appealing among the crowd. There appears to be a chin as well with Motorola branding.
The dimensions of the product are believed to be measured at 160.1 x 71.2 x 9.1mm, with the camera bump the thickness increases to 9.7mm. The rear camera setup will include a triple rear camera setup, which is something of a first for the brand. Although much details are not vailable as it’s only known that one of the sensors will have a 12MP resolution. Plus, there would be a dual-LED flash underneath the camera module.
The P40 Note will reportedly pack a USB Type-C port, loudspeaker grill, and a primary microphone on the bottom edge. If you’re worried about the headphone jack, well, it can be found on the top edge. There won’t be an in-display fingerprint sensor on this one. On the rear you will see a Motorola logo branding, the fingerprint sensor is housed inside it.
The detail on the chipset is unknown but expect it to come with at least 6GB of RAM and storage options like 64GB and 128GB. What do you guys think of the Motorola P40 Note? Let us know in the comment section below.