Get a Sneak Peek of Motorola Razr 40 with Leaked Press Renders

Motorola Razr 40

Motorola’s upcoming foldable phone, rumored to be the next generation of the Razr series, has caused a stir among tech enthusiasts. The device has been referred to as the Razr 2023, Razr+, and most recently, the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra, but no official name has been confirmed yet.

In addition, Motorola is reportedly working on another foldable device, which was initially thought to be the Razr Lite. However, recent reports suggest that it will instead be named the Motorola Razr 40. The folks at 91mobiles have shared a set of official press renders of the rumored Motorola Razr 40, giving us a clear glimpse of its design and the available color options.

The Motorola Razr 40 features a sleek clamshell design, with a compact horizontal display that showcases important information such as notifications, date, and time. When unfolded, the device reveals a larger screen with a single punch-hole camera located at the top. The Motorola Razr 40 Ultra features a dual-camera setup beside its cover display, with the LED flash module placed below the camera sensors. The device’s frame is curved and appears to have metal antenna lines.

The Motorola Razr 40 is shown in Purple, Cream, and Olive Green with a vegan leather finish. The bottom of the phone houses a USB Type-C port and a speaker grille. The leaked renders align with previous rumors about the Razr 40’s design. Motorola has teased a new foldable phone on Weibo that is likely the Razr 40, given its clamshell design. However, the company has not yet revealed any details regarding its launch date.

While we don’t have any official word on the specifications of the Razr 40 yet, we can expect to hear more about it in the coming weeks. Along with the Razr 40, Motorola is also set to release the Razr Pro and Razr 40 Ultra, both of which will also be foldable phones. According to one tipster, the Razr Pro and Razr Lite may launch globally on June 1st in Madrid, Spain. As more information becomes available, we’ll be sure to keep you updated.



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