Motorola P40 image renders show punch hole display, dual cameras

Motorola P40 image renders show punch hole display, dual cameras

The leak is a 360° video render and images courtesy of OnLeaks in collaboration with 91mobiles and they give us our very first look at the device.

While the P30 was only available in China, the company branded the device as the "Motorola One" before shipping it internationally. This should be motivation enough to launch a successor next year, which will likely be called the Motorola P40 in China.

First Samsung announced a smartphone with a hole-punch display, then Huawei followed suit.

A signature feature of the Motorola P30 series is the notch above the display.

The punch-hole is slowly becoming a trend as more and more manufacturers are adopting the approach of drilling a hole in the screen and place the front-facing camera there. Well, although the Motorola P40 has been showing with an in-display selfie camera in the renders there's something different.

Along with the new design, the biggest difference with the P40 compared to the P30 is that it will likely see an global release in markets other than just China.

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At the left of the smartphone, it is seen that there will be SIM tray while the right edge has the volume and power buttons.

The Motorola P40 also has a USB-C port at the bottom and a 3.5mm audio jack at the top.

The back panel is highly reflective in the renders, indicating that it might be made of glass.

Around back we can see a dual camera setup, including one sensor that's said to be of the 48MP variety.

According to the latest report, the Motorola P40 will come with a 6.2-inch display and will also be a camera powerhouse with a 48MP rear camera. The megapixel of the secondary camera of the P40 is yet to be revealed. Below the rear camera is a dual LED flash, and the fingerprint scanner appears built into the Motorola logo at the centre.

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