Here’s the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra and its three beautiful colors

Samsung isn’t the only company releasing exciting foldable phones this year.

Motorola has been in the foldable smartphone game for almost as long as Samsung, and the company has been innovating on its Razr design. Thanks to a new leak from 9To5Google, we have a look at the three beautiful colors that the  Motorola Razr 40 Ultra will come in…..CONTINUE READING HERE

Right now, we don’t know too much about this phone’s specs. Rumor has it that it will be using the Snapdragon 8 Gen + 1 SoC. That’s a step behind newer phones launching this year with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. However, that’s not to say it’s a weak processor. The other specs are shrouded in mystery, but we know that this phone is set to launch sometime in June. We will learn more information about it then.

This phone is already shaping up to be quite the looker. It’s set to have a massive outer display that will cover the majority of the top half of the phone. It will even encompass the external cameras. That will give it a massive amount of real estate to use. Also, it does look rather nice according to the leaked images.

Now, the leaks continue with some new images that show this phone in three different colors. We’re not sure if Motorola is going to give these colors radical names like other companies do. Anyway, we see a Red, Light Blue, and Black colors. The back glass of the phone looks to have a matte texture, and that really adds an elegance to the overall aesthetic.

The metal surrounding the hinge looks like it’s either glossy or brushed metal, and the frame of the phone looks glossy. Overall, this is a very pretty phone.

As for the price and availability, that information is still only speculation. Motorola promised to deliver us the cheapest foldable yet. The ultra variant will definitely not fit that bill. This variant is tipped to launch at $1,300 US dollars which is a few hundred dollars more than the Galaxy Z Flip 4.

However, the company is touting a stripped-down version of the phone that will cost significantly less. We’re not sure how much that’s going to cost, but if it lives up to Motorola’s claims, then Samsung might have some competition in the clamshell foldable Market……CONTINUE READING HERE