When the Motorola P40 was released last year, it’s since then been headlining multiple news outlets around the tech-o-sphere. While the device is seeing a transition at least with its name especially in the western market, it will be retaining it’s formal identity in the Chinese market as the Motorola P40 instead of the new identity Motorola One Vision.
The device will no longer be powered by the Qualcomm Processors instead, it will adopt the Samsung Exynos 9610 Chip alongside another Motorola device codenamed Troika.
The Motorola One Vision is expected to feature a 3 and 4 GB RAM variant as well as 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB storage options as well as being powered by a big 3500 mAh battery alongside a big 48 Megapixel main shooting rear camera.
When the device (either Motorola One Vision or Motorola P40) will be officially released is yet unknown but we assume that it could be launched later this year with the Android 9 OS powering it as well as being part of the Android One Program.