You no longer have to wait for the official announcement of the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra on June 1. A recent leaker posted a slide of the device’s specifications, confirming the past rumors and giving us more ideas of what Motorola’s upcoming flagship foldable will look like.
The slide leak was shared by tech leaker @_snoopytech_ on Twitter. The image is originally in Italian, but it provides the complete specifications of the Razr 40 Ultra. According to the slide, the phone will be powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chip alongside 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
The main highlight of the leak is the enormous size of the outer screen of the foldable smartphone. The outer 144Hz pOLED display measures 3.6 inches and is protected with Gorilla Glass 7, while the inner 165Hz pOLED display measures 6.9. The latter is an attractive part of the phone as it is comparatively bigger than the outset displays found in current foldable models in the market. It also makes it a good alternative for the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 5, which is also expected to sport a huge outer screen.
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Unlike Samsung’s foldable, however, Razr 40 Ultra’s screen extends to its camera, making the screen look bigger. Yet, according to rumors, Motorola has a plan to offer the device in the “Lite” version, which will have the display surrounding the camera instead of having a cutout.
Speaking of cameras, the leak shows that the device will have a dual camera for its rear, giving you 12MP and 13MP. Its front, meanwhile, will boast 32MP. Other important details included are its 3,800mAh battery and a type-C connector.