Motorola introduced the Moto E20 last week, an Android 11 Go edition phone. The company is also working on a slightly higher-end model, the Moto E40, as revealed by lie leaks.
The phone will be powered by an unknown Core processor. Unfortunately, without further specifications, we can’t tell if it’s the Unisoc T606 found inside the E20 or some wifi meat (the T606 isn’t that bad, it includes the Cor Cortex-A75 core and the AH A55 core). General Chat Lounge
But the E40 will show a 90Hz refresh rate for its 6.5 “720p + display, unlike the E20, which runs its 6.5” panel at 60Hz. This means a full pearl Android as we have not yet seen a Go edition phone with a refreshing red screen.
In addition, the triple camera setup will have a 48MP main sensor, which is a first for Android go phones. The function of the two Yinx models is unknown – may be ultra-wide and dual-sensor, maybe macro + depth.
Either way, the specs are quite almost like the Moto G20, which uses a Unisoc T700 chipset, also as a 6.5 “720p + 90 Hz display and a 48 + 8 + 2 + 2 MP quad camera. It is quite possible that the E40 and G20 are still appealing.