IT Home September 21 News Motorola last week launched the Moto E20, a phone that runs Android 11 Go. Motorola is also developing a slightly more upscale model, the Moto E40, according to Twitter feeder @evleaks.
IT House learned that the Moto E40 phone will be equipped with an unnamed octa-core processor, according to the source. But the source gave no further details to determine whether it was the Purple Light Exhibition T606 (including two Cortex-A75 cores and six A55 cores) found in the E20, or a more powerful processor.
The Moto E40 features a 6.5-inch 720p plus display that supports a 90Hz refresh rate, while the E20 is a 6.5-inch screen that only supports a 60Hz refresh rate.
This means that the Moto E40 will run the full Android system because there is no Android 11 Go phone that supports high refresh rates.
In addition, the Moto E40 features three cameras with a main lens of 48 MP, and the other two lens modules are unknown, either ultra-wide angle and depth, or macro and depth.