Motorola will introduce the moto X40 (XT2301-5) in China as a successor to last year’s moto edge X30. TENAA has now published an image of the phone, which reveals a curved screen, triple rear camera array, and smooth finish.

Motorola X40 features an FHD+ OLED screen, a 50-megapixel main camera, and 68W charging. When it comes out in November or December, this is expected to be one of the affordable Snapdragon 8 Gen2-powered phones.

The display is actually curved on all four sides, as you can see from the reflections. According to our guess, we are looking at an OLED display running at 144Hz, but Chinese authorities have not released additional details. According to some reports, Motorola will move to 165Hz.

As of now, the full specs for the XT2301-5 are not available, but rumors indicate the X40 will have a 50MP main camera and a 50MP ultra wide camera, as well as a 12MP telephoto camera. In addition, it will be equipped with a 60MP front-facing camera (like the X30 Under Screen Camera Edition). Hopefully, the Chinese wireless authority will confirm these specs soon.