Motorola Edge 40 is a pretty interesting device due to its 8GB of RAM, the P-OLED 6.55-inch display, the MediaTek Dimensity 8020 processor, and so on. The camera setup is also pretty impressive. It features a dual-camera system with a 50 MP wide lens (f/1.4) and a 13 MP ultrawide lens (120˚). The main camera incorporates multi-directional PDAF and OIS, ensuring sharp and steady shots.
Both lenses are complemented by features like Dual-LED flash, HDR, and panorama mode. The main camera supports 4K video recording at 30fps and offers various frame rates for 1080p recording, as well as slow-motion capture. The 32 MP front camera captures detailed selfies and supports 4K and 1080p video recording.
Motorola Edge 40 launches on May 23
Motorola Edge 40 is set to be released in India on May 23, as GSMArena has discovered through an official tweet. The device will be available in three color options: Nebula Green, Eclipse Black, and Lunar Blue. Indian customers will have the opportunity to buy the smartphone through various channels, such as Motorola’s official Indian website, the popular online retailer Flipkart, as well as select retail stores. This anticipated launch brings the Motorola Edge 40 to the Indian market, expanding the availability of the device to consumers in the country.
What do you get when you combine style, performance and durability? You get the #motorolaedge40. Embrace yourselves and prepare to #FindYourEdge with the World’s Most Flamboyant Performer as it launches 23rd May on @flipkart, https://t.co/azcEfy1Wlo and at leading retail stores.
— Motorola India (@motorolaindia) May 15, 2023
India is well-known for having numerous people who are passionate about tech in general and smartphones in particular. Therefore, we can expect more and more smartphones to be released in the future for the Indian market.
Another exciting aspect regarding the Motorola Edge 40 is that the phone comes equipped with Android 13 out of the box, which means that you don’t need to wait for the major OS update once you get the phone in your pocket. Android 14 is also in the works, that’s right, but Google will release that operating system at some point in the future, as it’s still in the beta phase.