The Motorola Moto X30 (launched globally as the Edge 30 Pro after a few upgrades) has a flat display, while the Moto X30 Pro (known as the Edge 30 Ultra) had a dual-curved display. Things may be going down with the next generation, as China’s MIIT has posted images of the XT2301-5, which some suspect is the Motorola Moto X40.
Not the X40 Pro, the vanilla model. That said, the square camera island and curved display make the current Pro look bigger.
But notice the reflections, the display is actually curved on all four sides. Chinese officials haven’t published more information yet, but we can say we’re looking at a roughly 144Hz OLED display. Some reports, however, claim that Motorola will make the jump to 165Hz.
Motorola XT2301-5, probably Moto X40 (and later Edge 40 Pro)
Speculations are already surfacing that the Moto X40 – and subsequently the Motorola Edge 40 Pro – will use the upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. This should be coupled with 8/12GB RAM.
The full spec sheet for the XT2301-5 hasn’t been posted yet, but rumors suggest that the X40 will still have a 50MP main and 50MP ultra-wide cameras, but will add a 12MP telephoto to the mix. And it will have a 60MP front-facing camera (probably with a special model under the display like the X30 Under Screen Camera Edition). We await confirmation of these details by China Wireless Authority.
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