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New details emerge about Motorola's next flagship

The filing reveals 125W fast charging and a dual-SIM variant.

Published onNovember 16, 2022

motorola edge 2022 box close up
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  • A filing for the Motorola Edge 40 Pro was found on the FCC certification website.
  • The filing reveals that the handset will support 125W fast charging.
  • There will be a single SIM and dual-SIM variant.

The next iteration of Motorola‘s flagship phone — the Motorola Edge 40 Pro — was spotted on the FCC’s certification website. It appears the listing reveals new details on the charging capabilities and dual-SIM variant.

According to the filing — discovered by the people over at Mysmartpricethat lists the Motorola Edge 40 Pro model number as XT2301-4, the phone will support 125W fast charging. This easily puts its charging speed above competitors like the iPhone or Galaxy S. It seems that the device will also support wireless charging and reverse charging.

Additionally, it was found on the certification website that there will be two Motorola Edge 40 Pro options. These options include a version with single SIM support and another with dual-SIM support. The single SIM variant will only support a physical SIM, while the dual-SIM variant will have a physical SIM slot and an eSIM.

Something else that was seen in the filing was charging adapter model numbers for different regions. This includes MC-1251, MC-1252, MC-1253, MC-1254, MC-1255, MC-1256, MC-1257, or MC-1259. According to Mysmartprice, these adapters may support outputs at 15W, 27W, 45W, and 125W.

At the moment, there are no details on a release date for the Motorola Edge 40 Pro. However, its predecessor — the Motorola Edge 30 Pro — was released back in March 2022, so it’s possible it could release around the same time. Although this filing doesn’t provide a ton of information, the fact that it appeared on the FCC certification website suggests that the device is getting closer to launch.

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