In the near future, Motorola plans to release a new foldable smartphone, which we’re calling the Razr 3. It’s expected to go on sale in the near future, and it will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. As a result, it will be the first high-end foldable device from Motorola.
However, a recent report from China claims that the new Razr won’t be better than its predecessors in many categories, particularly the camera. Battery capacity is one such area of concern.
The Razr 3 is expected to have a 2,800 mAh battery, according to a source who has been dependable in the past (but not always). The Razr 5G from 2020 was its direct predecessor and had the same amount of memory. It’s also a small sum.
For the sake of comparison, keep in mind that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 is expected to have a 3,700 mAh battery in a similar form factor and will be the Razr 3’s primary competition. A 3,300 mAh battery, which is 500 mAh greater than the Razr’s, is still not enough to last a full day on a single charge.
Be prepared for a lot of charging if you decide to purchase Motorola’s upcoming foldable device. Hopefully it will be done quickly. As far as we know, this rumor is only about the battery capacity. 32MP selfie camera inserted in the middle of the centered hole-punch, a 50MP main camera with 1/1.5″ sensor, an additional 13MP ultrawide-angle camera, and 12GB of RAM on the 6.7″ FHD+ 120 Hz OLED flexible display.