We reported earlier today that Meizu 16s was spotted on TENNA running with a Snapdragon 855 CPU and 8GB RAM but now, we have something even better to show you. Motorola’s next-generation P40 Play smartphone has been leaked and this is not just a press render that we are talking about.
The leak contains a video of Motorola P40 Play which shows us the smartphone’s design in its full glory. With that being said, let’s check out the new Motorola P40 Play leak and see what we can expect from the upcoming smartphone.
Motorola P40 Play Leak
As we can clearly see in the picture featured above, the upcoming Motorola smartphone is going to ship with a full-screen display. The display measures in at 5.6-inches and it features a “water drop” top-notch where the selfie camera is located. We don’t know much about the selfie camera, but what we do know is that the rear mounted shooter features 13MP and a depth sensor.
From the looks of it, Motorola P40 Play will be a mid-range smartphone and therefore, it should come as no surprise that Motorola has decided to equip the smartphone with a rear mounted fingerprint scanner instead of an in-display one.
We can also spot a microUSB port on the bottom side. Motorola P40 Play will measure in at 147.7 x 71.5 x 9.2mm and its thickest point is on the rear side where the primary cameras are located. The last feature that we want to highlight is the 3.5mm headphone jack.
Upcoming Release Date
Unfortunately, the new Motorola P40 Play leak doesn’t mention the official launch date of the smartphone. However, considering that Motorola P40 Play’s press renders and the video we linked down below shows us that the smartphone’s design is finished, Motorola might be planning to launch it during the upcoming weeks.