Motorola recently teased the launch if its RAZR successor, confirming that the foldable device will be unveiled at an event on September 9. The upcoming RAZR 5G has recently been spotted on the TÜV Rheinland website by the staff of MySmartPrice, ahead of its unveiling scheduled for next month.
With regards to the TÜV listing of the New Motorola RAZR 5G, the foldable smartphone will have two batteries rated 1,180 mAh and 1,453mAh respectively. This implies that the RAZR 5G will have a combined rated capacity of 2,633mAh. This means that its total cell capacity could be rated at 2,633mAh.
Although, the listing seems to confirm the New Motorola RAZR 5G will possess a bigger battery capacity than the initial first-gen RAZR, it will still not be able to rival Galaxy Z Flip 5G in terms of battery life. One other thing the TUV Rheinland listing mentioned was the possibility of the phone supporting wireless fast charging.
The RAZR 5G is expected to have a design similar to that of the first-gen RAZR, but with thinner bezels and smaller chin at the bottom. The device is rumoured to have a 7nm Snapdragon 765 chipset, which is a recent upgrade compared to the Snapdragon 730 chipset powering this device’s predecessor. The New Motorolla RAZR 5G is also expected to have a 48MP rear camera, 20MP selfie camera, 8GB Ram, as well as 256GB ample storage.
The device has enjoyed a streak of rumours, and hopefully some are confirmed, while others are not. The main focus of the company should be to impress their fan base, and beat their competitors.