According to information on the gadget published on the US Federal Communications Commission listing (FCC), which is a requirement for products to be marketed in the United States, Motorola’s future flagship smartphone, the Motorola Edge 40 Pro, would probably feature 125W wired fast charging.
All international and interstate communications in the US are governed by the FCC, which also certifies all equipment.
The Motorola Edge 40 Pro appears to be getting set to join Motorola’s expanding range of premium smartphones. According to MySmartPrice, the smartphone was discovered with the model number XT2301-4 in an FCC filing.
Motorola Edge 40 Pro Specifications Disclosed
The database entry, which was discovered by Mysmartprice, indicates that the phone would support two SIM cards, but only one of them will be a real SIM card; the other will be an electronic SIM card or eSIM. According to the ad, a single SIM version of the phone would also be available.
The listing confirms that the phone will enable wireless charging and that Huawei’s wireless charger was utilized for testing, even if it makes no mention of wireless charging speed.
Recently, the device’s Chinese version was discovered on TENAA. The Motorola Edge 40 Pro, also known as the Motorola X40, is thought to have received approval from the Chinese regulatory body for use in that nation. The listing provides us a look at the device’s specs, which include a triple camera module on the rear and an OLED display with a curved screen and a refresh rate of 165Hz. A fingerprint authenticator will also function as the power button.
The Edge 40 might come with up to 12GB of RAM and be among the first smartphones to use Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoCs.