The Motorola Razr+, also known as the Razr 40 Ultra, has had multiple camera specifications verified in a fresh retail leak only a little over a week before the launch of Motorola’s next generation of foldable Razr phones.
As announced last week, the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra, which will now be known as the Motorola Razr+, has early listings on Egyptian shop Extra.com, as noted by Abhishek Yadav on Twitter. These listings corroborate numerous important details regarding the flagship foldable.
Naturally, the leaked listings—which are still active—provide us with a fresh set of authorized pictures of the brand-new Razr foldable. The phone is shown in its startling “Viva Magenta,” “Glacier Blue,” and black color variants. The spec sheets for each item, though, maybe more interesting.
This seller claims that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4’s 6.7-inch internal pOLED display will surpass the Motorola Razr+/Razr 40 Ultra’s 6.9-inch FHD screen. Its panel is thin and quite tall, so it will not feel exactly like a tablet despite its apparent size. A 3.2GHz octa-core processor is also mentioned, which is in line with previous rumors about the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. Android 13 is also mentioned, along with a fingerprint sensor mounted on the side and 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
A 3,800 mAh battery is also reportedly planned for the Razr+, 100 mAh more than the Galaxy Z Flip 4 but less than certain other flip foldables that have already been introduced in China. A 4,300 mAh battery, which is much bigger and adds to the Oppo Find N2 Flip’s strong battery life, is also included in the smartphone. But Motorola offers wireless charging, which many of those high-battery handsets do not.
The cameras are also mentioned near the end. a primary 32MP sensor supported by a backup 8MP sensor, likely used for ultrawide. It’s odd that the listing claims there are two 12MP and 13MP selfie cameras, but there is only room for one sensor on this device, so it’s best to take these camera specifications with a grain of salt.
A launch event for the new Razr and a less expensive model of the device has been scheduled for June 1 by Motorola.