Motorola could launch Moto G40 5G with Snapdragon 480 this month

Motorola has launched a number of new phones in its Moto G series and the company is now planning a new device apart from Moto G10 and Moto G30. A new leak suggests that the upcoming phone from the company could be Moto G40.

Previously the smartphone with the code name Ibiza has been spotted on several certification sites and the device is said to be called Moto G40 in India. And now there is a new leak surfacing related to this handset.

According to the latest news, Moto G40 will use a 90Hz IPS LCD screen. The resolution is still unclear. The machine will support 5G networks. It is reported that Moto G40 is likely to be launched in India before the end of the month.

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The Moto G40 is the device code-named Ibiza discovered on Geekbench previously. The device is equipped with Qualcomm’s newly released entry-level 5G chipset-Snapdragon 480, paired with 6GB of memory, a pre-installed Android 11 operating system, and more. Furthermore, this phone has passed the Wi-Fi Alliance certification, and now there are rumors that the phone will be launched in India soon.

In terms of camera, it may equip a 48MP triple rear camera setup with a 5MP macro lens and a 2MP depth sensor. In addition, the phone will pack a 5000mAh battery capacity. This is a piece of information that is available for the smartphone and there is more to come as we move forward to its release. We’ll keep you updated as soon as we receive something new on this.

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