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Is it Edge 40?

The US Federal Communications Commission has approved a new 5G phone with model number XT2309-3. Is it Edge 40?

Looks like we’re about to get the Motorola Edge 40.

The Federal Communications Commission has approved a new 5G phone with model number XT2309-3, as spotted by Gizmodo. It’s loaded with tons of connectivity options, including Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth, and NFC, making it easy to stay connected no matter where you are. Plus, it’s powered by a PB50 battery with 68W fast charging and 15W wireless charging capabilities, so you won’t have to worry about your phone dying in the middle of the day.

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Last year, leaker Evan Blass spilled the tea on the XT2309-3, also known as the Bronco. He said it was a Motorola device with a Lenovo twin. 3C in China recently approved a similar device with model number XT2309-1, but it has not yet been released in China.

So, what can we expect from Edge 40?

according to plus, It will feature an FHD+ OLED display, Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset, 8GB/12GB of RAM, a 16MP front camera, and a triple camera system with a 50MP main lens and a 13MP wide/macro lens. , and a 2MP depth sensor. The thing is… those specs are already available on the Motorola ThinkPhone, which has led some people to speculate that the Edge 40 could just be a modified version of the ThinkPhone.

But, let’s be honest, who cares about a name as long as it’s sturdy and affordable? Based on the specs leaked so far, the Edge 40 is poised to be a wild phone with 5G capabilities and high-end specs, yet still be inexpensive for the average consumer. Motorola has been a leader in the budget phone market for years, and the launch of the Edge 40 is just the latest example of its commitment to providing advanced, wallet-friendly smartphones.

The Edge 40 will, of course, be the successor to the Edge 30. In our review of that device, we said it’s a reminder that phones can be very thin. It’s very lightweight but still has a great display. Performance was also solid, but there were a few small missing features that we noticed. We said we’d like to see better camera performance, for example. However, if you want a light and slim phone, it’s a mid-range contender.

Read: Moto Edge 30 Ultra review: See the 200MP camera phone

Anyway, the XT2309-3 certification by the FCC has everyone talking about the next Edge 40. Keep your eyes on Pocket-lint for the latest updates.


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