Moto P40 Play Unveiled By Images and Video Render

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Motorola is preparing to release several new models. Yesterday it became known about a nameless smartphone with four camera sensors. Today, the famous source of leaks – OnLeaks, in collaboration with the Indian edition of Compare Raja showed on renderings video what Moto P40 Play will look like.

The Moto P40 Play now shown would be the younger brother of the Moto P40 and would be presented as an entry-level smartphone with two main aspects: double rear camera and drop notch.

According to the renders shown, the notch would be minimal, as seen in the Moto G7 family, but on a screen of 5.6 inches of resolution unknown for now (although with considerable frames on all sides). Even the lower chin turned out to be quite thickened. Case height 147.7 mm, width 71.5 mm, thickness 9.2 mm. Other aspects that are mentioned are the presence of USB Type-C for charging and 3.5 mm audio jack.

Regarding the camera, it would be a combo with the main sensor of 13MP and a secondary one of unknown resolution, but that would be in charge of capturing background information; under this second sensor the LED flash is positioned.

It is worth mentioning the striking size of the first sensor, compared to the second one. Finally, also in the back would be the fingerprint sensor hidden in the company logo.

More details of the Moto P40 Play, as it would be called this device, are unknown at the moment, but taking into account the recent leaks, the family would be close to being revealed.

Finally, it is said that the Moto P40 and this younger brother P40 Play would arrive in Latin America, India and China, as part of Motorola’s plan to extend its domain in the entry and middle ranges.

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