New Delhi: The RAZR 40 Ultra, Motorola's newest flip-style foldable smartphone, is about to be unveiled. On June 1, the product will become officially available and compete with the OPPO Find N2, which gained notoriety for its larger, useful cover screen. The RAZR 40 Ultra will appear futuristic based on the leaked renders and promotional video. Everything we know about the gadget is listed below.
The Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra will fold in a clamshell fashion. When the hinge is only partially open, it will be able to tell. On the inside of the phone, there will be a punch hole cut out in the centre. The cover screen itself will be encircled by the dual cameras and LED flash on the outer screen. It will be offered in Viva, Infinity Black, and Glacier Blue.
With a 6.9-inch (1080x2640-pixel) OLED main screen and a 165Hz refresh rate, the Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra may be quicker and more fluid than the Galaxy Z Flip5. It will have a 3.6-inch (1066x1056) OLED secondary display on the outside. It is also rumoured to have a 165Hz refresh rate. The device will be 170.8x74x7mm in size and 189g in weight.
A 13MP (f/2.2) ultra-wide lens and a 12MP (f/1.5, OIS) main sensor are both included in the Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra. It might have a 32MP (f/2.4) selfie camera on the internal display.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage will power the Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra. When the device boots, Motorola's My UX skin will be present. It will have a 3,800mAh battery and support 33W fast charging as well as wireless charging. Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.3, Type-C, and other standards will all be supported by the 5G phone as well.
WinFuture predicts that the Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra will cost between €1,169 and €1,199 (roughly Rs. 1,03,700 and 1,06,400). The device's actual price will be made public, though, at the time of its introduction.