Motorola Edge 40: New leak reveals European pricing and full design details
Earlier this week, MySmartPrice revealed specifications for the Edge 40, likely a cheaper alternative to the Edge 40 Pro. Now, @OnLeaks and The Tech Outlook have delivered high-quality renders of the device and alleged European pricing. For reference, while the Edge 40 Pro is rumoured to retail for €899, The Tech Outlook states that Motorola has priced the Edge 40 at €599. Incidentally, the images embedded below look like legitimate press images rather than CAD-based renders.
Regardless, the Edge 40 has a similar design to the Edge 40 Pro with a curved display, a centred hole-punch camera, and rounded corners. Additionally, the Edge 40 shares the Edge 40 Pro's flattened top and bottom edges. However, it has one fewer rear-facing camera, although Motorola has covered these two cameras in a larger housing than the one found in the Edge 40 Pro.
Reportedly, the Edge 40 has 50 MP primary, 13 MP ultra-wide-angle and 32 MP front-facing cameras. Only the 50 MP primary camera will support optical image stabilisation though, and may be the same sensor that Motorola uses in the Edge 40 Pro. Please see our earlier Edge 40 article for more specifications. According to The Tech Outlook, Motorola will offer the Edge 40 with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage in Eclipse Black, Nebula Green, Lunar Blue, and Viva Magenta.
Allegedly, not all SKUs will feature vegan leather back panels, with Motorola including an acrylic alternative for some colours. Motorola will offer at least Eclipse Black and Nebula Green colourways with vegan leather finishes, though. Unfortunately, it is unclear when Motorola will release the Edge 40, nor under what name it will be available in North America.