According to information on the device on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) listing, Motorola’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the Edge 40 Pro, will likely support 125W wired fast charging, which is required for devices to be released in the United States.
All US interstate and international communications are governed by the FCC, which requires device certification.
The database listing, which was discovered by Mysmartprice, indicates that the phone will support dual SIMs; however, one of the SIMs will be an eSIM, which are digital and enable the use of cellular plans without a physical SIM card.According to the posting, there will likewise be a variation of the telephone with single SIM support.
While the speed of wireless charging is not mentioned in the listing, it does state that Huawei’s wireless charger was used for testing and that the phone will support wireless charging.
On TENAA, the device’s Chinese variant was recently discovered. Under the brand name Motorola X40, the
Edge 40 is believed to have received approval from the Chinese regulatory authority.
The listing provides us with a glimpse of the device’s specifications, which include a triple camera module on the back and a curved OLED display with a refresh rate of 165Hz.The power button will also function as a fingerprint scanner.
In addition, it is anticipated that the Edge 40 will be the first smartphone to feature Qualcomm’s brand-new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoCs. It may also come with up to 12GB of RAM.