Motorola is expected to release two variants of its foldable Razr this year. One, a premium model, will be known as the Razr+ (2023) or the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra. or The more affordable, lower-priced Razr Lite is also said to be on the way. According to MySmartPrice, the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra recently appeared in a Geekbench listing and gives us some specs to chew on.
With a Motorola XT2321-1 model number, the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra will be powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 according to the Geekbench test. The chipset has a high-performance X-2 core running at a clock speed of 3.19 GHz. It includes three performance cores with a clock speed of 2.75 GHz and four efficiency cores with a clock speed of 2.02 GHz.
The Geekbench test also reveals that the premium Razr model will have 8GB of RAM, although there may be a 12GB RAM variant. Android 13 is pre-installed with Motorola’s MyUX 5 interface on top. The foldable clamshell scored 1285 in the Geekbench single-core score and 3810 in the multi-core score. These results are nothing to get excited about. The base model will be equipped with 128 GB of memory. The device will be protected from splashes.
Motorola Razr 40 Ultra rated by Geekbench
With the Oppo Find N2 Flip having a nice-sized 3.3-inch external display and Samsung expected to increase the Galaxy Z Flip 5’s external display to 3.4 inches (compared to the 1.9-inch Cover Display on the Galaxy Z Flip 4 ) Motorola should keep pace with the Razr’s Quick View. The latter, which shows the time, notifications and streaming controls, also doubles as a viewer for the front camera and more. Motorola can increase the size of the Quick View screen from last year’s 2.7 inches to 4.5 inches.
When opened, the Razr 40 Ultra can reveal a 6.7-inch P-OLED (plastic OLED) display with a 144Hz refresh rate. A dual camera setup (64MP and 13MP) is found on the back, and MySmartPrice says the 32MP front-facing camera will be under the display. The phone’s battery capacity will be 3640 mAh according to a previous regulatory filing.
Of course, we’ll learn a lot more about the two new Razr models sometime Motorola makes them official. It is not clear when that will happen.