Previously leaked specs call for the Razr+ to carry a 6.7-inch P-OLED display with a 1080 x 2640 (FHD+) resolution, and a 144Hz refresh rate. The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 will be under the hood and the device will come with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage although we could see a variant equipped with 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage.
The dual camera array includes a 12MP primary camera driven by the Sony IMX563 image sensor and a 13MP ultra-wide lens backed by SK Hynix’s Hi1336 sensor. The 32MP front-facing selfie camera on the phone’s internal screen will feature the OmniVision OV32B40 sensor. Keeping the lights on is a 3640mAh battery that supports 33W charging. That capacity would be a 4% hike from the 3500mAh battery used on last year’s Razr (2022).
Google Maps on the larger 3.5-inch Quick View screen belonging to the Razr+
Color options for the Razr+ are expected to be Black, Blue, and Red. Android 13 is pre-installed and pricing for the 256GB model is expected to be around $1,000.
The more affordable Razr model, known globally as the Razr 40, will have less impressive specs including a smaller Quick View screen. We should learn all in less than two weeks when Motorola makes the latest Razr clamshells official.