Not a fan of the notched design? Hate the idea of a popup camera that could potentially snap off if accidentally snagged onto something? If you don’t particularly fancy either of those two options, then the hole-in display design is probably the only other alternative right now, a design that we’ve seen companies like Samsung and Huawei adopt.
Now it looks like Motorola could be next because according to a render shared by @OnLeaks and 91mobiles.com, the render of the upcoming Motorola P40 has been revealed which shows a similar hole-in display design. As you can see in the video above, it appears that this phone will be an Android One device with an edge-to-edge display and a hole which is where the front-facing camera will go.
It also seems that the phone will be sporting a dual camera setup on the back. The report claims that the phone will feature a 48MP sensor on the back and a 6.2-inch display. There is no word on processor or RAM, but it is expected to feature a fingerprint sensor that will be embedded into the Motorola logo on the back on the phone.
We expect that with CES and MWC 2019 coming up on us that the official details about the phone will be revealed soon, so until then take these images and specs with a grain of salt for now.
As promised, here comes a bit late Christmas gift as your very first and very early look at which I guess will come as #Motorola Moto P30 successor (Moto P40?)! 360° video + official looking 5K renders + dimensions + some specs, on behalf of @91mobiles -> https://t.co/ul2c458GVt pic.twitter.com/Stukj7r4b5
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) December 27, 2018