Alleged specs of foldable Motorola razr 40 Ultra come online

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Specifications have emerged of what would become the Motorola razr 40 Ultra. This year’s regular razr would be a cheaper folding smartphone, while the razr 40 Ultra would be a more expensive model.

It is a flip phone with a long screen of 2640×1080 pixels, reports XDA Developers. That’s a 22:9 screen, longer than the 21:9 ratio of previous razr models from the manufacturer. Other phones often have screen ratios between 19:9 and 21:9. The site does not know how big the screen is. Previous Razrs have 6.7″ screens inside.

The razr 40 Ultra has an almost square screen on the front with a resolution of 1056×1066 pixels, according to XDA. That screen would be around 3.5 “in size. The device would have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 soc from last year on board, combined with a maximum of 12GB of RAM and a storage with a capacity of up to 512GB.

The primary camera has a Sony IMX563, a sensor that Sony itself has used for the telephoto camera in the Xperia 1 IV. It is a 1/2.3″ sensor with an area of ​​around 16 square millimeters. The second camera, presumably with an ultra-wide angle lens, has an SK Hynix Hi1336. The screen on the front wraps around both cameras. Lenovo is said to have two this year want to release foldable phones Earlier renders of the regular razr came out, including a smaller cover screen.

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