[Exclusive] Marketing Materials of the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra Leaked Along with Some of its Specs

We had recently revealed some of the renders of the upcoming Motorola Razr 40 Ultra, also known as the Motorola Razr+ 2023 and the device is expected to have its launch soon in China. The Tech Outlook is now here with some exciting news for our most anticipated readers.

Yes, we really do have a news that might put you in surprise.

The marketing materials of the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra has leaked!

You heard it right, the marketing materials of the upcoming Motorola flip-phone has been leaked along with some of its specifications.

Here’s more about it below.

Marketing Materials of the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra

The marketing materials that are now available with us, reveals clearly the overall design of the smartphone and its renders in three different colour options.

Marketing Material for Moto Razr 40 Ultra

The Motorola Razr 40 Ultra features an iconic and reimagined design and is built to make it bigger, brighter and faster. Speaking of its build, while the smartphone is flipped closed, Motorola’s Razr 40 Ultra will perfectly align with its top and bottom edges, ensuring an ultra-sleek look to its users. It is also built to resist spills and splashes and will be light in weight.

At its rear, unlike its predecessor, the smartphone doesn’t have a camera island but has two camera rings along with an LED flash. It will have a 13MP ultrawide camera and a macro lens along with a front-facing camera for selfies. With the help of its cover display, users will also be able to capture selfies using the ultrawide camera at its rear, allowing them to fit more people into the photo.

Other camera features includes motion blurs, light trails and many other cool effects with the help of long exposure, which is to leave the camera shutter open for upto 32 seconds. Users will also be able to record using the camera on its front and rear, and the shots taken on the device are ensured to be steady and smooth.

The camera also supports Quad Pixel technology and has an Image Signal Processor (ISP), which increases its light sensitivity and captures noise-less and clear images in low-light settings

Marketing Material for Moto Razr 40 Ultra

At its rear, the smartphone also features a 3.6″ p-OLED display, which is going to be the largest cover display on a flip phone and is designed in such a way that the device’s cover display can be personalized and be put into a lot of use for better functionality.

The cover display itself has a full built-in keyboard, and its users will be able to view and respond to important notifications, play music, games or maybe even watch videos, at the same time will also be able to make quick and convenient payments and enjoy touchless NFC content or contact sharing.

The device will also flip open to reveal a larger 6.9″ p-OLED display with a better refresh rate of 165Hz, allowing its users to experience an immersive visual delight. The display also supports HDR10+ and DCI-P3 colour gamut.

Marketing Material for Moto Razr 40 Ultra

Its inner display also features a centrally aligned punch-hole selfie camera and is curved at its four edges. The device also has thick bezels on all four of its sides, but considering the fact that it is a flip-phone and durability has to be assured, the bezels are not to hinder its user experience.

The power button and volume rocker of the device are on its right side panel and its sim card tray will be on the left. The power button will also be its side-mounted fingerprint sensor as well.

Marketing Material for Moto Razr 40 Ultra

The Motorola Razr 40 Ultra also features a patented, industry-leading hinge to make its display virtually creaseless and more smooth, enabling a seamless touch experience,

Marketing Material for Moto Razr 40 Ultra

To add, the device also has large stereo speakers and with the Motorola Spatial Sound and multidimensional Dolby Atmos audio, the best audio experience is offered to its users.

With the leaked marketing materials, the colour variants of the flip-phone are also now known to us. The device apart from the black(Infinite Black) colour variant, will also be available in Glacier Blue and in the Pantone colour of 2023, Viva Magenta.

Marketing Material for Moto Razr 40 Ultra

The Viva Magenta colour variant will also feature a leather finish material while the other two colour variants appear to be having a smooth plastic rear panel with a metallic frame.

Marketing Material for Moto Razr 40 Ultra

The Motorola Razr 40 Ultra will also be coming equipped with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, to offer its users faster 5G network connections, an elite gaming experience, advanced camera capabilities and much more improved power efficiency. The device will also come pre-installed with the Android 13-based operating system. The smartphone also has a unique UI feature with which its users will be able to experience the original Razr experience of 2004.

The upcoming device will also be backed by a 3800 mAh battery and will support a TurboPower 30W fast charging feature, that will charge up the device in 5 – 6 minutes.

The Motorola Razr 40 Ultra has already made its appearance on Geekbench and also on multiple certification websites including  TDRA, CQC, and 3C certifications, and is expected to have its launch in the month of June as indicated by its codename, Juno.

 




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