Currently one of the most affordable punch hole you could ever find for sale in the Philippines
Motorola has released a budget phone that surprisingly does not use a waterdrop cutout but rather a punch-hole. Gentlemen, meet the Motorola Moto E40. One of its main features is its UNISOC T700 processor that is highly comparable to the Mediatek G80 processor.
The UNISOC Tanggula T700 is an octa-core processor with two Cortex A-75 cores clocked at 1.8GHz and 6 Cortex A-55 efficiency cores also clocked at 1.8GHz. It is manufactured on a 12nm TSMC FinFET process and is designed for budget phones in mind. It uses the Mali-G52 MP2 GPU for graphics.
The Moto E40 has a 6.5in. HD+ IPS LCD with a 90Hz refresh rate, something that’s rare for budget phones. It has a plastic build as expected from a budget phone. There are three cameras at the back and one at the front. The main camera is a 48mp main sensor that’s complemented by two useless 2mp depth and macro sensors. In front is an 8mp selfie camera.
It has a 5000mAh battery with regular 10W charging and runs Android 11 with MyUX 11 on top.
- 6.5in. HD+ (1600x720px.) IPS LCD, 90Hz refresh rate
- UNISOC Tanggula T700 (12nm)
- 48mp (main)
- 2mp (depth)
- 2mp (macro)
- FRONT: 8mp (main)
- 5000mAh battery, 10W charging
- Android 11, MyUX
- Rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, USB-C, dual-mic, headphone jack
- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, 2.4GHz band, Bluetooth 5.0, 4G LTE services
- Carbon Gray, Pink Clay
- 4/64: Php 6,995 (currently on sale for: Php 5,995)
The phone is now available via Motorola’s Lazada. Thanks to its debut sale, it’s currently available for Php1K less