One would not have realized that the accessories industry surrounding mobile phones is as huge as the phones market. When it comes to cases, covers, headphones, screen guards, etc. all have a long tail life after the phone has been purchased. Typically phone may last for a couple of years, but the accessories need to be bought over and over during the entire period of the phone usage.
Owing to the demand, phone manufacturers get all the accessories being developed and tested along with the phone itself. Once a particular model is launched, there is a visible rise in demand for its accessories. The scenario is exactly the same with Motorola P40. The company is gearing up to launch Motorola P40 soon in the market. On sidelines, the case is also being made, tested and photographed.
We at Indiashopps have got access to the Motorola case renders.
Punch Hole Design :
The case renders do reveal and confirm the presence of a punch-hole display of the front camera. For the users who are new to punch-hole design, its nothing but a very small hole like space that is present on either left or right top corner of the screen housing the front camera. Earlier, it is considered as a bad idea but later it’s seen that its practical use is better than the top-notch camera. Once you start playing a movie or a game in a landscape mode, the top-notch camera uses to obstruct the display. Whereas, the punch-hole sits on the left-hand bottom corner offers very less hindrance and provides a full clear display of the content.
Display & Storage :
The Motorola P40 is touted to sport 6.2 inches IPS LCD capacitative touchscreen, with approximately 83.5% screen to body ratio. We anticipate the smartphone to feature a Corning Gorilla glass, though the exact version is not known as of now. The phone will have 6GB RAM with 64GB internal storage. The microSD slot provided can be used to expand the internal storage up to 256GB.
By the images of the case renders, we can also conclude that it will have dual rear cameras with flash. The camera specs being 48MP, f/1.8, 1/2″, 0.8µm, PDAF, and 5MP, f/2.2, depth sensor. The front punch hole camera will be of 12MP, f1/1.8.
Processor & Chipset :
The Motorola P40 will be hosting Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 (11 nm) chipset. The device would be powered by Octa-core (2×2.0 GHz Kryo 460 Gold & 6×1.7 GHz Kryo 460 Silver processors. The smartphone runs Android 9 (Pie) OS.
Overall, P40 looks to be a mid-range phone from Motorola. With huge competition in the mid-range segment, it will be really an uphill task to drive huge volumes for Motorola P40. Everything depends on the final performance of the phone whether it wins users hearts.