Horizon-lock Stabilization of Moto X40
Not long ago, after Xiaomi 13 announced that the entire system is equipped with IP68 as standard, Motorola was also the first to announce that the Moto X40 also supports it, claiming that the phone like SUV, can bring better protection.
Interestingly, Xiaomi 13 previously shouted the slogan of returning to the top and also said it would refresh the perception to create the peak of performance and the peak of battery life.
So, Motorola also shouted a similar slogan, claiming that Moto X40 should use peak tuning and challenge peak energy efficiency. The Moto X40 features 125W fast flash charging and a large 4600mAh battery. Heavy-use scenarios will see a 32% increase in battery life.
The Moto X40 is equipped with MAXE, an independently developed system scheduling engine, which reduces power consumption by up to 31% for video, 31% for reading, 22% for navigation, 6.4% for large games, and 17% for latency.
Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo China’s cell phone business, has said that the MAXE system engine can bring a comprehensive balance of performance and power consumption scheduling strategy through more intelligent scene recognition.
In addition, today Motorola also announced Horizon-lock Stabilization as Moto X40’s camera feature. With this feature, rotate and jump, flip with Moto X40’s horizon-lock stabilization, 90°/180°/240°, no matter how the phone is turned, it is easy to take a horizontal picture, any angle is the horizon. And it also supports 50 megapixels default output.
In terms of core configuration, the Moto X40 features a 6.67-inch OLED display with FHD+ resolution, 165Hz refresh rate, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen2 mobile platform, a 50-megapixel main camera, 50-megapixel ultra-wide angle, 12-megapixel secondary camera on the rear, and 60-megapixel front.