Moto E40 renders leaked and shows off a three cameras, including an front fingerprint sensor
As powerful and impressive as flagship phones are most people don’t have the money or desire to shell out that much cost on technology that within a few years could be deemed obsolete. If you’re looking to reduce the cost of phones, perhaps you’re interested to know that Motorola may have a brand new budget phone on the way which is Moto E40 that renders leaked and shows off three cameras, including a front fingerprint sensor
The phone is believed to arrive in the model Moto E40 whose renders were recently published on Twitter by leaker Evan Blass. Although the appearance of the handset isn’t amazing, as we can see it has a large top chin that is in striking contrast to the phones of today that tend to have edge-to-edge displays.
However that aside, the features on the phone may more than makeup for it. The renders show an advanced triple camera system is typically found on top-of-the-line phones, along with a fingerprint sensor mounted on the back. In case the reports are taken seriously that the E40 could come with the option of a flash LED and, based on the words on the back of the phone could also have 48MP and a “Quad Pixel” camera sensor.
In terms of the other specs, we don’t know much however, based on leaks from the past the device is believed to have a 6.5-inch HD+ IPS LCD screen. It will also be powered by a Unisoc chipset that has the capacity of 4GB memory and 64GB in storage. It’s not clear what the price will be currently, but based upon the leaks, it will be announced shortly, and hopefully, we’ll be able to learn more about it by then.