Is this the Upcoming Motorola P40?

Image: 91Mobiles

Assuming that these "leaked" renders of the alleged Motorola P40 smartphone are legit, it seems that Motorola is going a different direction starting with this device, at least in terms of its physical designs. These renders were shared by 91Mobiles website in collaboration with @OnLeaks to give us "the first look at one of the 2019 P series models" that is expected to be launched next year.

One of the first things we can notice in these images is that it's not going to be a modular-type one like the previous Motorola smartphones that were offered with separately sold rear clip-on accessories called Moto Mods. The rear appears to be made of glass material, the vertically-stacked dual rear cameras and the front camera is now placed in a hole-punch cutout on the display which is a similar new design implementation we have started seeing from latest Samsung, Huawei, and Honor smartphones.

According to 91Mobiles, the Motorola P40 will be under the Android One program ( as also seen on the phone's rear) which mostly means this could hit international markets too unlike its P30 predecessor that was launched exclusively in China a few months back. The display may also offer a large 6.2-inch, and that it will still have the 3.5mm audiojack which is slowly becoming a thing of the past on a few flagship smartphones from well known brands.

And while they do not know what the front camera's configuration is going to be, its main shooter on the back will be equipped with a 48MP sensor. And then circular Motorola logo on the back will house the phone's fingerprint scanner functionality.

See more photos in the source link below. 

Source: 91Mobiles
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