Motorola launched the Moto X40 in China in December. The device is one of the first to feature the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
It is expected to release as Motorola Edge 40 Pro in global markets. Now, a certification suggests that the phone will be also sold under yet another name.
According to Bluetooth SIG, the Moto X40 will also go by Motorola Edge+ 2023. The handset will be likely sold under this name in the US as its predecessor Moto X30 is known as Motorola Edge+ in the region.
The listing also confirms that the phone will be called Motorola Edge 40 Pro, which we already know. In a nutshell, the Moto X40 will use Edge 40 Pro branding in the rest of the world and Edge Plus 2023 in the US.
Since the device is already official, we know everything about it. In fact, we even know how much it will cost in Europe.
The latest premium smartphone from Lenovo-owned Motorola comes with a 6.7-inch 10-bit 165Hz OLED display, a 50MP (wide, OIS) + 50MP (ultrawide, AF) + 12MP (2x telephoto) triple camera system, a 60MP front-facing camera, dual stereo speakers, an in-screen fingerprint sensor, Android 13, a 4,600mAh battery, and 125W wired/15W wireless charging support.
Last but not least, it is tipped to cost €850 for 12GB RAM and 256GB storage in Europe.