Days before the launch, the promotional video of the Motorola Razr 50 Ultra was leaked online. The material was shared on X, formerly Twitter, and reinforces the rumored design and some uses of the new external display, which is even larger than the previous model.

HE The Moto Razr 50 Ultra follows the recommendation of the Razr foldable series. These are clamshell phones with a primary and secondary display, with the external display used for quicker tasks like controlling music, previewing messages, viewing notifications, and providing camera assistance.

In this generation, Motorola wants to offer the “largest and smartest screen” in the foldable mobile phone segment. The screen is now 4 inches, covers almost the entire cover of the deviceit has space for navigation buttons and only has cutouts around the two rear cameras and the LED flash.

The leaked promotional video shows that the device follows the same design language as the Razr 40 Ultra, but has thinner and sleeker edges. Additionally, the Razr 50 Ultra is required to have IPX8 water resistance.

The main cameras have also been changed:the main sensor is now accompanied by a telephoto lens, instead of ultrawide. Although detailed information about the component is not given in the promotional video, it is mentioned that they are “supported by artificial intelligence”.

Will be available soon

New Motorola Razr 50 Ultra will be introduced on June 25. The announcement was made by Motorola itself on Monday (17) on the company’s official profile on social media.

It is worth noting that the model known as Razr 50 Ultra will also be sold under the name Razr + 2024, but only in North America. For now, it is not clear why there is a difference in naming or what the brand’s strategy will be.

Source: Tec Mundo

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