Motorola Razr 50 Ultra live images leaked shows no major design difference from its Predecessor

A new leak has emerged from the desk of 91Mobiles, revealing live images of the Razr 50 Ultra, an upcoming foldable smartphone from Motorola. According to the leaked images, the Razr 50 Ultra doesn’t show any major design differences compared to its predecessor.

Motorola Razr 50 Ultra Live Images leaked

As per the report, the smartphone will be available in three color combinations: Blue, Orange, and Green. It is speculated that there will be a 12GB RAM + 256GB storage option for this device.

However, there is no mention of the screen size. Upon calibrating the leaked image, the height of the inner screen (when unfolded) was measured at 6.9 inches (17.6 cm). Additionally, the images reveal a punch-hole display with a volume rocker located on the right-hand side and the hinge positioned in the middle. The report further adds that the Razr 50 Ultra will bear the model number “XT-24510-3”.

Though Razr 50 Ultra has already appeared on BIS and EEC certifications with a different model number XT2453-1. Both of these certifications don’t tell the moniker, but it is assumed to be associated with Razr 50 Ultra. All other major details regarding hardware and software are still under wraps. But now we have some idea of what it will look like.

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