The specifications for the Motorola Edge 40 Neo have been made public on Geekbench:
The Motorola Edge 40 Neo smartphone will be the most up-to-date model of the Edge 40 series when it is released. Recent events have resulted in the unintended disclosure of the upcoming device’s list price as well as its technical specifications, such as when it was posted on Amazon Italy. According to the listing, Motorola might also release the smartphone on September 15 for sale in international markets.
According to our most recent report, the Motorola Edge 40 Neo has just recently been awarded TDRA certification. The TDRA certification will reveal both the model number and the name of upcoming mobile devices, such as smartphones.
According to the insider Abhishek Yadav, who was the one who shared the Amazon listing, Motorola will not be releasing the smartphone in the Indian market. It is anticipated that the Edge 40 Neo smartphone, which will be made available very soon, will be the model with the lowest price. 91Mobiles was the first to discover the upcoming smartphone in the GeekBench listing, which occurred before any other developments. In the GeekBench listing, the device’s moniker appears where the model number would normally be displayed.
The listing states that the mobile device is driven by an octa-core ARM v8 chipset that operates at a frequency of 2.50 gigahertz. The mobile device received a total of 3,559 points for the single-core test and 8,508 points for the multi-core test. The chipset comes with Android 13 already installed on it and is compatible with the Mali-G610 MC3 GPU and 8 gigabytes of RAM. The chipset information found in the GeekBench listing suggests that the device will most likely have a MediaTek Dimensity 1050 SoC, as stated in a report by 91Mobiles. This information was gleaned from the listing.
The forthcoming Edge 40 Neo smartphone will be known by the codename manaus when it is released. According to a previous listing on Amazon Italy, the smartphone will be powered by Motorola using the Dimensity 1050 SoC. This information comes from the listing. A 6nm process was used to construct the octa-core chipset, which was the first chipset ever produced by MediaTek to support mmWave 5G and sub-6GHz frequencies. The chipset is comprised of a Mali-G610 MC3 GPU, two ARM Cortex A78 cores running at 2.5 GHz each, six ARM Cortex A55 cores running at 2.5 GHz each, and MediaTek HyperEngine 5.0.