The Motorola P30 was released in China earlier this year, as one of many iPhone X rip-offs. While that specific phone never saw an international release, the P30 Play and P30 Note were eventually reworked into the Motorola One and One Power, respectively. The first renders of the P40 have now surfaced, giving us a glimpse at what the next 'One' phones might offer.
According to the renders produced by the ever-reliable @OnLeaks for 91mobiles, the dual camera setup, headphone jack, and rear fingerprint sensor from the P30 are returning. However, the large notch has been replaced with a 'hole-punch' camera, similar to what we've seen on the Samsung Galaxy A8s and Honor View 20.
The phone will reportedly have a 6.2-inch display, a 48MP main rear camera, and a thickness of around 10mm. While the Chinese P40 model is unlikely to be an Android One device as the branding on the renders suggests, we can expect a global version to succeed the Motorola One in that respect.