Motorola P40 image renders show punch hole display, dual cameras

Motorola P40

360° video render reveals Motorola P40 will ditch notch for hole-in-display

Motorola's 2019 "P" series phone is said be available in worldwide markets as well, unlike its predecessor, which is limited to China.

While there are indications Samsung could be using the Infinity-o display for its upcoming flagship Galaxy S10, a new render that has just surfaced suggest that the Lenovo owned Motorola could be among the first few OEMs to follow on the footsteps of Samsung and Huawei.

The pictures have the selfie camera as a hole on the top left of the 6.2-inch display; camera details are now unavailable. Considering more and more smartphone makers are planning to bring the punch hole display, chances of the technology ruling 2019 are high.

The firm is widely expected to launch the Moto G7 family later in February, but that may not be the only device it is working on presently, as a freshly leaked render of a likely successor to the Moto P30 has just surfaced. While the display stretches to the top edges of the phone, it still gets a noticeable chin at the bottom for the Motorola branding.

The renders indicate a new direction in Motorola's design aesthetic, as the company adopts the display hole front camera feature.

The rear of the Motorola P40 has also been redesigned. The rear panel appears to be protruding, thanks to the dual camera with a 48MP primary sensor. Motorola P40 could launch with Motorola One branding, reports 91Mobiles. The Motorola logo is black and is home to a fingerprint scanner. The USB Type-C port, mic and speaker grille are at the bottom.

Aside from the display hole camera, the phone will feature a dual-camera setup with one of the shooters sporting a 48-megapixel sensor. The device also has the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack at the top.

The Moto P40 will measure 160.1 x 71.2 x 8.7 mm, but the camera bump will stick out to 10 mm.

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