Motorola Edge 40 Pro runs Geekbench with 12GB of RAM on board

Motorola’s Edge 40 Pro is rumored to arrive in Western markets at some point in the near future as a rebranded version of the Moto X40, which launched in China back in December.

Today a Motorola Edge 40 Pro prototype seemingly ran Geekbench, which means it’s been inducted into the benchmark’s online hall of fame – or, more accurately, its database.

Motorola Edge 40 Pro runs Geekbench with 12GB of RAM on board

The Edge 40 Pro managed a 1,480 single-core score and a 4,889 multi-core score in Geekbench 5. The “rtwo’ motherboard could apparently be “associated with” the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which is completely unsurprising if the aforementioned rumors saying this will be a rebranded Moto X40 do in fact pan out.

The prototype had 12GB of RAM on board when it ran the benchmark (never mind the 11GB in the listing – Geekbench always slightly underreports memory). And guess what? The Moto X40 also has variants with precisely 12GB of RAM. Coincidence? Probably not. It’s useful to note, however, that the X40 starts at 8GB of RAM, so the Edge 40 Pro might too.

The only other detail the benchmark listing gives us, as usual, is the software the phone was running. In this case, it’s Android 13, to the surprise of (hopefully) no one.

If the Edge 40 Pro does turn out to be identical to the X40, then expect it to come with a 6.7-inch 1080×2400 165 Hz OLED screen, the aforementioned Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, up to 512GB of storage, a triple rear camera system (50 MP main with OIS, 50 MP ultrawide with autofocus for macro shots, and 12 MP 2x optical zoom), a 60 MP selfie snapper, and a 4,600 mAh battery with 125W wired charging, 15W wireless charging, and 5W reverse wireless charging.


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