A recent regulatory listing has revealed that the upcoming 2023 Motorola Razr foldable smartphone will have fast charging capabilities that surpass what Samsung currently provides. The device, referred to as the “Motorola Razr+,” recently passed through China’s regulatory authority 3C, as well as the FCC. While these leaks did not provide any new images of the foldable, they did confirm some details about its features.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has recently granted approval for the device, unveiling the model numbers for various country variants such as XT2321-1, XT2321-3, and XT2321-5.
The FCC leak revealed that the “Motorola Razr+” will have a dual battery system, with one battery located in one part of the device and another, smaller battery in a different section. Together, these batteries measure 3,640 mAh, with a 2,850 mAh battery paired with a 790 mAh one. Although this is a 140 mAh increase from the previous Razr, it is still slightly smaller than the 3,700 mAh battery in the Galaxy Z Flip 4. However, this difference is not significant enough to make a major impact.
Additionally, the 3C listing confirmed that the “Motorola Razr+” will support 33W charging, which is faster than what is currently offered on the Galaxy Z Flip 4. Samsung’s device is limited to 25W, which was a new addition to that device. Prior Samsung Flip models were limited to just 15W.
Recent reports suggest that the upcoming Razr+ (2023) will be an enhanced version of the previous Razr model, with a foldable P-OLED screen measuring 6.7 inches and offering a Full HD+ resolution with a 144Hz refresh rate. It is speculated that the device will be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor and will operate on the Android 13 operating system with a My UX-based interface. To ensure better security, the Razr+ may also include a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Earlier leaks revealed that the “Motorola Razr+” will have a unique outer display design that effectively turns the entire cover into a screen, wrapping around the camera modules. Although a specific release date has not been announced, the device is expected to be available in June.