Motorola is prepping up for the launch of two new E-series smartphones – the Moto E30 and the Moto E40. Both these devices have started appearing on several certifications from the last few days. The Moto E30 specifications were revealed by the preliminary Geekbench listing a few days back. Now, the Moto E40 smartphone is spotted at Geekbench. The Geekbench listing uncovers the hardware specifications of the unannounced Moto E40 smartphone. Prior to the Geekbench, the Moto E40 was spotted at NBTC, FCC and TUV certification websites a few days back.
Moto E40 Specifications Revealed Ahead Of Launch
If we go by the Geekbench listing, we can see that the Moto E40 will be powered by an octa-core 1.8GHz Unisoc chipset. The Moto E40 will pack 4GB of RAM and it will run Android 11 out of the box. The phone has managed to pull off 352 and 1352 points in the single-core and multi-core tests respectively at Geekbench. And that’s all the specifications that we can grab from the Geekbench listing at the moment. As mentioned above, the Moto E40 was spotted on several certification websites such as NBTC, FCC, and TUV a few days back.
The Moto E40 moniker was confirmed by the prior NBTC certification. The phone was spotted on the NBTC certification website with model number XT2159-4. The FCC certification has already confirmed that the device will be available in a 4GB + 64GB storage variant. We can also expect Motorola to launch the device in the 3GB RAM option as well. According to the TUV certification, the Moto E40 will draw power from a 5000mAh battery that will offer 10W charging support. Apart from the FCC, TUV, and NBTC certification, the Moto E40 has also gained the Wi-Fi Alliance certification
The rest of the specifications of the handset such as display size, camera configuration, and design remains unknown currently. As of now, Motorola is yet to reveal the launch date of the Moto E40 smartphone. We shall get to learn more details of the handset if it appears on more certifications in the upcoming days.
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