On June 1st, Motorola will release not one but two new Razr foldable smartphones. Razr 40 Ultra (Razr+ for the US market) and Razr 40 are names that have been bandied around for the next releases from the Lenovo-owned brand. The Razr 40 Ultra has made an early appearance on a Saudi Arabian retailer’s website.
A Motorola RAZR HD 40 Ultra was discovered on a store’s website.
The main 6.9-inch pOLED display of the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra has a center-aligned punch-hole cutout and is touted as having a Full High Definition Plus (FHD+) resolution. The power button, which incorporates the fingerprint reader, will be on the device’s side, and it will have a USB-C connection. Also Read – Samsung Galaxy A14 4G India Price Leaks: Cheapest in Lineup?
The two camera sensors and the LED flash unit are located on the back panel, with a big secondary screen. It’s anticipated that the screen will be 3.5 inches in size. The webpage for the store indicates that the foldable phone will be sold in Viva Magenta, Glacier Blue, and Black.
According to the listing, the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra would run on an octa-core chipset clocked at 3.20GHz, which is one of its primary specifications. This is equivalent to the first generation Snapdragon 8+ CPU. Without a microSD card slot, the smartphone will have 256GB of internal storage and 8GB of RAM. Also Read – What is graphics card? How to identify your GPU?
According to the specifications, the device has a 3,800mAh battery that can be charged wirelessly. It comes preinstalled with Android 13.0 Marshmallow. The foldable phone is rumoured to have a 32MP primary sensor and an 8MP lens in its dual rear camera arrangement. The front-facing camera will be either 12 or 13 megapixels.
The Razr 40 Ultra’s secondary display’s dimensions, refresh rate, and wired charging time are all mysteries. Also Read – Samsung’s 49-inch curved QLED gaming display is $400 off today
For the most basic Motorola Razr 40 Ultra model, you can expect to pay SR 3,999 ($) on Extra.