Motorola Razr 40 Ultra design leaked, showing cover screen


Motorola is gearing up to release its upcoming clamshell foldable phone, the Razr 40 Ultra. The Motorola Razr 40 Ultra has gone through a number of leaks and certifications so far, giving us an idea of ​​what to expect. Now, the design of the phone has been leaked through renders shared by the leaker evan blass,

Motorola Razr 40 Ultra design, expected specifications

The renders of the Razr 40 Ultra show off the large cover display. This is in line with leaks that suggested the same. The secondary display appears to be flanked around the dual cameras and LED flash unit.

Interestingly, Motorola will be offering a bunch of personalization options for the Cover display. As for the images, one can change the wallpaper, set the clock of one’s choice, and even change the font and display size.

The latter means that users will be able to decide how much area of ​​the cover screen should be visible. This will ensure users can fit a lot of information or be minimal by showing limited details.

Motorola will likely make it possible with an AMOLED panel. Theming options are also visible in the cover screen. It is unclear whether Motorola will allow third-party apps to take advantage of this or if it will only support pre-rendered themes.

Apart from this, the key specifications of the Razr 40 Ultra were leaked earlier. The foldable phone is said to come with a large 6.7-inch display with 144Hz refresh rate. The resolution of the panel is yet to be revealed.

Under the hood, it will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC along with 8GB of RAM. It is said to pack a 3,640mAh battery with support for 33W fast charging. Since the battery is smaller, the device can charge up to the brim faster. It may boot on Android 13 OS out of the box.

Along with the Razr 40 Ultra, Motorola is also expected to launch the Razr 40. The vanilla Razr 40 could have a smaller cover screen and a tweaked spec sheet.

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