The Motorola Edge 40, the newest smartphone in the Edge line, was certified by Anatel and can now be sold in Brazil. The mobile was launched internationally in early May and is a notch below the Moto Edge 40 Pro. Still, it brings interesting specifications for those looking for the best cost-effectiveness in a smartphone.
Approval for the device was issued by Anatel on May 10, last Wednesday and six days after the announcement of the Edge 40 for Europe. The smartphone has support for 5G and NFC technology. In the certification document, it is recorded that it has the NP44 battery (4,400 mAh) and will have a charger in the box.
Motorola Edge 40 has OLED screen and 144 Hz refresh rate
Even though it is a cheaper model of the Edge 40 series, Motorola’s next smartphone for Brazil has a 6.5-inch POLED display and 144 Hz refresh rate. For gamers, that refresh rate should make the Motorola Edge 40 a good option for gaming on a budget.
The smartphone’s processor is the MediaTek 8020. Not the pinnacle of technology, a middling chip that didn’t arrive in Brazil. The cell phone is equipped with 8 GB of RAM memory. In Europe, it launched with two storage options: 128GB and 256GB. However, there is no guarantee that he will arrive here with these options.
The main camera is 50 MP and is accompanied by a 13 MP ultrawide lens – which also serves as a macro. The selfie sensor is 32 MP.
The Edge 40 leaves the factory with Android 13. The 4,400 mAh battery supports fast charging at 68 W. According to Motorola, ten minutes of charging completes the battery – which the brand claims lasts 12 hours. The Edge 40 is IP68 resistant against dust and water.