The new Moto Edge is finally here. Motorola has launched its next phone Motorola Edge 40 Neo, which was the most awaited smartphone. This new device comes with a number of advanced features and technologies, including the world’s lightest IP68-rated 5G smartphone, a head-turning design with a premium vegan leather finish, a more detailed and colorful 10-bit pOLED display, a great camera with OIS functionality, Including powerful and new 5G ready Dimensity 7030 chipset and more. Despite so many amazing features, before buying a smartphone we all are curious to know how many software updates the phone will get.
Meanwhile, the software upgrades in a smartphone are the most essential strand as it highlight the shelf life of a smartphone. At the same time, this also brings several new features, enhancements, and bug fixes within the smartphone so that the users can experience the latest and upcoming features along with increasing the lifespan of the device. Coming with the Android 13 out of the box, the company has stated its software upgrade policy and assured Moto users that the new Motorola Edge 40 Neo will be getting two major OS updates along with three years of security updates.
The Moto Edge 40 Neo features a curved pOLED display, running on the Android 13 version will acquire two major OS updates, which means that the smartphone is capable of getting several new features until Android 15 or 2024. On the other hand, the brand has given the assurance that the Moto Edge 40 Neo will receive three years of security updates which means until 2025, otherwise what Google decides.
Additionally, after much anticipation the newest Motorola Edge 40 Neo is now in the market, sporting several intuitive and impressive features. These include a massive 144Hz, 10-bit pOLED display, the most powerful and energy-efficient MediaTek Dimensity 7030 chipset for an ultra-smooth performance experience, a massive 5000mAh battery with 68W TurboPower charging support, a stunning 50MP rear camera with the OIS functionality, blazing fast performance, improved Moto gestures, Pantone curated colors and more.