Thanks to a leak from earlier in the month, we know quite a bit about the upcoming Motorola Razr Ultra, or Razr 40 Ultra as it is also referred to as. XDA has claimed a number of things about the phone back then, including its Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen1 chipset. It looks like a lot of these are being corroborated with another recent leak, this time of what looks like a presentation slide with the device’s specs.
This comes courtesy of another frequent leakster in the smartphone industry, SnoopyTech, who shared the slide on Twitter. The slide in question wouldn’t look very out of place at a launch event for the Motorola Razr Ultra in Italy. Either way, the slide pretty much confirms the chipset that the clamshell foldable will be equipped with. While the exact resolution is not mentioned, it does state that the main screen will be a 6.9-inch Full HD+ pOLED display, with a refresh rate of up to 165Hz.
Razr 40 Ultra official specs pic.twitter.com/p5t7qZmu7C
— SnoopyTech (@_snoopytech_) May 30, 2023
Also corroborating the previous leak are the 12MP + 13MP main camera setup, as well as the 32MP secondary shooter. Though where things diverge are the RAM and storage configurations, where the slide only mentions 8GB + 256GB. Ditto the dual SIM support, which states one nanoSIM and another eSIM, though to be fair the distinction was not exactly clear in the prior leak.
As for new information from this leak, the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra as it is referred to comes with a 3800mAh battery, with support for 33W wired charging and 5W wireless. As an added bonus, there’s the IP52 rating, which only protects it from the very lightest of sprinkles.
With these leaks, we know virtually everything there is to know about the Motorola Razr Ultra before it launches. But on the flip side, we know very little about the supposed Lite model that will be unveiled alongside. At any rate, it’s curtains up for these phones pretty soon, as they are scheduled to launch on 1 June.
(Source: SnoopyTech / Twitter)