motorola razr 40 Ultra renders surface in more colors

Motorola is reportedly developing a fresh iteration of its foldable Razr smartphone that is anticipated to be launched soon. Various leaks and rumors have hinted at the possibility of two models being released soon, while earlier this month, detailed specifications of the device were revealed.

A fresh batch of images showcasing the motorola razr 40 Ultra from all angles in three colors – black, blue, and magenta/red – has surfaced online. Evan Blass, commonly known by his @evleaks handle, posted the images, offering high-quality visuals of the foldable device.

While there isn’t anything particularly new displayed in the pictures, they provide the most detailed glimpse yet at the foldable gadget. Like previous leaks, the razr 40 Ultra features a complete display that folds to reveal an outer display that dominates the cover. This outer screen surrounds the two main cameras and LED flash, providing a futuristic and striking design, making it the most exciting design so far for the “flip” form factor.

The device might feature a fast AMOLED screen with HDR and 2640×1080 pixels. It also has a secondary screen on the rear that can be personalized. The device is equipped with two outer cameras, a 12MP primary sensor, and a 13MP wide-angle camera, as well as a 32MP selfie camera.

It is expected to have dual-SIM support, eSIM, ultra-wideband support, NFC, and a fingerprint sensor. The device is powered by a 3640mAh battery with 33W charging support and is expected to run on Android 13. The Razr 40 Ultra is anticipated to debut in June, powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.