Prior to its launch in India on October 12, Motorola, owned by Lenovo, has announced the Moto E40 smartphone in Europe. Separately, the company has also introduced the low-end Moto G Pure model in the United States.
Both devices include a 6.5-inch HD + screen, up to three rear cameras, expandable storage via micro-SD card, as well as Android 11 compatibility.
Here are more details.
The Moto E40 has a 90 Hz IPS LCD panel
The Moto E40 features a cut-out hole, while the Moto G Pure has a water recess design and an IP52 rated build quality. On the back, they have up to three cameras and a physical fingerprint reader.
The duo has a 6.5-inch HD + IPS LCD screen (720×1600 pixels) with a 20: 9 aspect ratio. The Moto E40 also offers a 90Hz screen refresh rate.
The Moto G Pure has a 5MP selfie camera
The Moto E40 is equipped with a triple rear camera configuration that includes a 48MP (f / 2.0) primary sensor, a 2MP (f / 2.4) macro snapper and a 2MP (f / 2.4) depth lens.
The Moto G Pure has two rear cameras, which include a 13MP (f / 2.2) main capture and a 2MP (f / 2.4) depth sensor.
For selfies, the phones have an 8MP (f / 2.2) camera and a 5MP (f / 2.4) camera, respectively.
They work with the Android 11 operating system
The Moto E40 and Moto G Pure run on a UNISOC T700 and MediaTek Helio G25 chipset, respectively, combined with up to 4GB of RAM and up to 64GB of storage.
The first includes a 5,000 mAh battery, while the second contains a 4,000 mAh battery.
They work with Android 11 operating system and offer support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a headphone jack and a C-type port.
How much do they cost?
The Moto E40 is priced at € 149 for the 4GB / 64GB model in Europe. Available in clay pink and charcoal gray options. The phone debuts in India on October 12th.
The Moto G Pure is priced at $ 159.99 for the 3GB / 32GB version in the US. It is available in a Deep Indigo color variant.