While Motorola intends to position the Razr 40 Ultra as its flagship foldable, the company is likely equipping the device with an older chipset (Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1) instead of the latest Qualcomm offering — the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Winfuture also claims that internal storage on the Razr 40 Ultra will be capped at 256GB, with up to 8GB of LPDDR5X RAM.
The most important aspect of the Razr 40 Ultra — its foldable internal display — reportedly measures 6.9 inches across, is likely to support FHD+ resolution, and may support a 165 Hz refresh rate. The external cover display is where things get interesting: Winfuture claims the Razr 40 Ultra’s cover display spans half the length of the phone as an edge-to-edge panel, with miniscule bezel.
The 3.56-inch external display is quite sharp, boasting a 1066×1056 resolution. This is also where the phone’s primary cameras (12MP main + 13MP ultra wide angle) are located.
As expected of a flagship, the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra has everything covered as far as connectivity is concerned. The phone supports a wide variety of 5G networks, and is also Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.3, and NFC ready. The Razr 40 Ultra’s possible Achilles’ Heel could be its small 3800 mAh battery.
While this may be concerning if true, the device will likely support 33W fast charging. In addition, the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra may run a near-stock version of Android 13 at launch, per WinFuture.