Moto X40 will Bring MAXE System Engine
All along, Motorola’s phones have been criticized for being too close to the Android native system, which is smooth but used like a rough house, more or less inconvenient. Recently Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo phone, said via social media that on the new MYUI 5.0 that comes with the Moto X40, Moto has customized the MAXE system engine, which will bring a comprehensive scheduling strategy that balances performance and power consumption.
Earlier, when previewing the Moto X40 series of phones, Chen Jin said that the Moto X40 has achieved “more super power saving”, and it is reported that the Moto X40 series will be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen2 processor.
At present a model XT2301-5 Moto 5G phone has been unveiled on the Ministry of Industry and Information website, this phone uses a 6.67-inch 1080 × 2400 resolution OLED screen and supports 10bit color depth and under-screen fingerprint recognition, no surprise, this phone is Moto X40.
Interestingly, in the previous X90 series of phones released by Vivo, Vivo did not announce the processor model of Vivo X90 Pro+, and Chen Jin has said more than once that the Moto X40 is likely to be the first Snapdragon 8 Gen2 model, considering that moto has had the experience of debuting Snapdragon series chips before, whether it can debut Snapdragon 8 Gen2 this time, it is hard to say.