The newest flip-style foldable smartphone from Motorola, the RAZR 40 Ultra, is soon to be announced. The device will go on sale officially on June 1 and go up against the OPPO Find N2, which earned prominence for its bigger, more practical cover screen. According to leaked images and a promotional film, the RAZR 40 Ultra will seem futuristic. The following is a rundown of all we know about the device.
The Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra can be opened and closed like a clamshell. It will be able to identify whether the hinge is just half open. There will be a punch hole carved out in the middle of the phone's inside. The twin cameras and LED flash on the outer screen will surround the cover screen itself. The colours Viva, Infinity Black, and Glacier Blue will be available.
The Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra may be faster and more fluid than the Galaxy Z Flip5 with to its 6.9-inch (1080×2640-pixel) OLED primary screen and 165Hz refresh rate. On the exterior, it will sport a 3.6-inch (1066×1056) OLED secondary display. Additionally, a 165Hz refresh rate is said to be included. The gadget will measure 170.8x74x7mm and weigh 189g.
The Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra has a primary sensor with a resolution of 12MP (f/1.5, OIS) and an ultra-wide lens with a resolution of 13MP (f/2.2). On the internal display, it could include a 32MP (f/2.4) selfie camera.The Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage. Motorola's My UX skin will be present when the device boots. It will enable 33W fast charging and both wireless charging and a 3,800mAh battery. The 5G phone will also support standards including Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.3, Type-C, and others.
According to WinFuture, the Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra will cost between Rs. 1,03,700 and 1,06,400 (about €1,169 and €1,199). However, when the product is released, the true pricing will be disclosed.