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Motorola Razr 40 Ultra Review

What is the best flip phone that can be called? A good cover display must have a big battery life and a strong hinge, and all these factors come power packed with the new Motorola Razr 40 Ultra flagship-level of the flip phone. This article is going to be a detailed review of the device.

Motorola Razr 40 Ultra Review



Brand Motorola
Model Razr 40 Ultra
Price Rs 89,999
Form Foldable
Battery Capacity 3800 mAh
Charging Wireless / Adapter
Colors Available Fengya Black, Ice Crystal Blue, and Magenta


Refresh Rate 144 Hz
Resolutions FHD+ (1080x2640) pixels
Size 6.90 inches
Protection on display Gorilla guard
Second screen Yes


Processor Info Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ GEN 1
RAM 8GB+Internally Expandable
Storage 256GB

Camera Specs

Rear 12 MP + 13 MP
Number of cameras 2
front 32MP
Number of front camera 1


Motorola again comes into the industry of foldable with its newly launched flagship foldable intelligent phones, and the company launched two foldable Razr 40 and the 40 ultras; other than in India, the foldable pronounced as Razr +, Moto did a fabulous job in terms of hardware configurations, Motorola makes the foldable more strong by updating the strong hinge from now the gap between the two parts of the frame had been extended when the phone is closed.

And the best part was the company added a truly usable outer display to the phone. The 3.6 inches outer screen is not only for glancing at the notifications, but Moto has also done a fantastic job in the outer screen as the company makes the screen optimized for running a handful of apps, including Netflix, Disney+, and Spotify, and the company has fitted the selfie camera on the inside as well.

Even while it still uses the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, the gadget replaces its outdated display with a quicker and larger one. The primary 6.9-inch display can now operate at 165Hz, while the second display operates at 144Hz. Although the battery's capacity has increased to 3,800 mAh, the charging speed has not changed. However, this year's 40 Ultra does get wireless charging, which is a must in the premium market.

The camera section also shows a minor improvement, especially the primary camera. It is no longer a Quad-Bayer and now has a regular 12MP sensor with large pixels and a wide f/1.5 aperture lens.

Comparing the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra to its Razr 2022 predecessor, you can see that the design is familiar yet primarily updated. You also receive different materials based on the color variant you select. While the Viva Magenta color, which is in our hands, contains vegan leather, the Infinite Black and Glacier Blue hues employ a Gorilla Glass Victus sheet for the bottom half of the phone. But the 7000 series aluminum frame is the same for all models.

Motorola Razr 40 Ultra Review

When the gadget is folded, the two parts are pulled together, and there is almost no gap between them thanks to the revolutionary teardrop hinge design. The Razr 40 Ultra is 15.1mm thick compared to the Razr 2022's 17mm thickness from the previous year. Fair enough, the new Razr is also thinner when unfurled; its thickness is just 6.99mm as opposed to the Razr 2022's 7.6mm. The new Razr weighs 184.5 grams for the Viva Magenta color, significantly lighter than the glass choices, which weighs 188.5 grams.

Despite the hinge, the Razr 40 Ultra has IP52 certification against water and dust. It should be noted that while this isn't wholly waterproofing, it can take splashes, spills, sweat, and light rain, which should be sufficient in most incidental circumstances.

Speaking of hinge, it has a robust, substantial feel that can occasionally be excessive. One-handed phone opening is difficult, if not impossible. Although it accommodates a variety of configurations and caps at about a 120-degree angle, you can still close it with one hand. It completely opens after that. The phone is partially open and is still somewhat bent, as we have noted.

Now measuring "6.9" diagonally, the display is more extensive and has skinny bezels. Bonus points for the crease being a little less evident than in previous years. With the flexible OLED technology that is now available, it doesn't get any better than this.

The phone has a fantastic vegan leather back and a metal frame with the awesome ergonomics of the designs of the gadget. The phone also features a gorilla glass Vitcus sheet which protects the external display of the mobile.

Motorola Razr 40 Ultra Review

The Razr 40 Ultra now has a larger 6.9-inch LTPO foldable OLED panel. Its unconventional 1080 x 2640px resolution results in a large 22:9 aspect ratio. One of the fastest displays available, the panel supports HDR10+, 10-bit color depth, and up to 165Hz refresh rate. The screen's 360Hz touch reaction rate during gameplay creates a more responsive gaming experience.

The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU and a larger 3,800 Mah battery are also featured in the Razr 40 Ultra. And the outcomes of our tests demonstrate a notable advancement over the Motorola Razr 2022 in every situation. The aggregate score increases to 83 hours, and the screen-on and screen-off assessments demonstrate meaningful gains. Given how terrible they were in the previous generation, we are especially pleased to see an uptick in online browsing and video-playing runtimes.

Although it appears that the new Razr 40 Ultra uses the same 30W Turbo Power charger as its predecessor, to our utter amazement, the phone came with a USB-A to USB-C connector rather than a USB-C to USB-C cable. Additionally, a USB-A charger was included in the box. The Razr 40 Ultra charges more quickly than the Razr 2022 despite having a larger battery.

However, the device isn't stunning when viewed in its overall perspective. In 1 hour and 27 minutes, the relatively tiny 3,800 Mah battery is fully charged, and a 30-minute charging cycle restores 45% of the battery. Far too little to be considered competitive.

Benchmark Performance

The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 (4nm) chipset, which was released last year but is still a competent, current flagship SoC, is the one that powers the Razr 40 Ultra. Even so, it has the power to handle everything you throw at it and uses complete silicon, not an underclocked version, as some other phones do. Thus, the octa-core CPU has the standard 1+3+4 clusters with the following clock rates: 4x1.80 GHz Cortex-A510, 1x3.19 GHz Cortex-X2, and 3x2.75 GHz Cortex-A710. The Adreno 730 GPU handles the graphically demanding duties.


The market for foldable products is growing quickly, but it is still insufficiently developed to provide a wide range of options. The Motorola Razr 40 Ultra should therefore be high on your list of options if you're only looking for a clamshell foldable smartphone. It matches the feature set of most flip current flip phones, which aren't many, and is a significant upgrade over the Razr 2022. The Razr 40 Ultra outperforms the previously introduced Oppo Find N2 Flip thanks to a superior chipset and a larger outside display that supports full-featured apps. Oppo's rival, on the other hand, boasts better camera performance, a longer battery life, and faster charging features that are difficult to overlook when the asking price is nearly the same.

Pros and Cons


  • With some ingress protection, the design is nice.
  • Excellent primary display with a barely noticeable wrinkle.
  • Fantastic external monitor that impresses and supports full-featured programs.
  • Program that has undergone three years of significant updates.
  • Outstanding selfie performance and a decent ultrawide camera.


  • Even though rated at 165Hz, the main display is typically limited to 120Hz.
  • Aggressive thermal load throttling.
  • Battery life is average, and wireless and wired charging is slow.

Final Verdicts

The Motorola Razr 40 Ultra costs flagship prices and uses flagship hardware. Both displays are excellent, and the foldable screen implementation appeals to us. They are sufficiently vibrant and brilliant; the external screen gives practically all the features. Even if the chipset isn't the latest one, it can run all the Play Store content.

Even in the context of a foldable gadget, several potential problems are challenging to overlook. When the device is closed, the still images and movies are cropped, the charging speed is underwhelming, and the battery life is average. Some of you may have trouble maintaining performance if you occasionally enjoy challenging games. Despite being sufficiently robust, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 is also less energy efficient than its successor, the SD8 Gen 2. The additional hardware efficiency improvements would have been helpful for a flip phone with such a small battery; this could be solved in future generations of mobile.

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