Motorola introduces the next generation of razr

The motorola razr was said to have bridged the gap between fashion and technology when it became one of the first handheld devices to launch. Now, Motorola introduces the next generation of razr.

razr 40 ultra

Leading the family is the motorola razr 40 ultra, which claims to be the thinnest flippable smartphone in the industry when flipped closed. The device includes the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 Mobile Platform, efficient battery, and the a large external display.

Users are able to stand the device on its own at multiple angles thanks to Flex View technology. Users can angle the device to easily view recipes while cooking, follow an exercise coach online, video chat with friends and more. Or, the device can be used as a tripod to capture stunning images and videos with hands-free recording, benefitting from the high-quality cameras, AI face tracking, and previews on the large external display.

When standing on its own, users can also frame their shot and capture the perfect pose using gesture capture and auto-smile capture. Motorola has also introduced the ability for users to bring the fun of a photo booth anywhere – users get to showcase different poses in four perfectly timed pictures, all triggered by a simple open palm gesture.

In addition to opening up new possibilities for content capture, Motorola has also enhanced what’s possible on the external display so users can do more with the device flipped closed.

Custom panels allow users to prioritise what matters most. Swipe left or right to easily access games, Google News, weather, contacts, Spotify, and view notifications at a glance. Plus, an Apps panel gives users access to almost any app, like Google Maps or Google Wallet, right from the external display.

Spotify users can control playback from the device’s external display. Without unfolding the device, users can tap to continue listening where they left off or start playing something brand new.

The external 3.6” pOLED display has refresh rates up to 144Hz, so scrolling through websites is seamless. Or users can prop open their device in Flex View to watch their favourite content with the highest resolution in its class.

The razr 40 ultra was built with content creators in mind with a 12MP main camera sensor using Instant Dual Pixel PDAF for a faster, more accurate performance no matter the lighting conditions. Capture photos with soft focus backgrounds thanks to a wide f/1.5 aperture that lets in more light to deliver photos with beautiful soft focus backgrounds, and OIS eliminates unwanted shakes so photos are always crystal clear.

With the external display, users are still able to access the main camera for selfies, or use the external display to preview the content. . Users can also flip open the razr 40 ultra and use the 32MP camera for selfies and video calls, or keep their hands free by folding the phone into the ideal view for the perfect selfie. Rounding out the cameras is a 13MP ultrawide + macro vision lens that allows for wide angle shots that fit 3X more into the frame than a standard lens.

The audio is enhanced with Dolby Atmos that brings out more depth, clarity, and details from any entertainment when enjoyed over the device’s two large stereo speakers or headphones. The new Spatial Sound by Moto also makes sound feel more immersive and fills the space around the user.

Finally, Motorola has also included a long-lasting battery that is larger than the previous generation and supports ultra-fast 30W TurboPower charging and wireless charging.

razr 40

The motorola razr 40 has most of the same features as the ultra version, but the most noticeable difference is the smaller external display.

It also features the highest resolution sensors on any of Motorola’s foldable devices for both front and rear camera systems with a 64 MP main camera and OIS. Wide-angle shots to extreme close-ups are possible with a 13MP Ultrawide + Macro Vision lens. Plus, use the 32 MP front camera for high-quality video calls.

Both new razr devices run on Android 13 and come with unique Motorola experiences including: simple gestures, custom entertainment settings and the ability to personalise according to each user’s style. Additionally, both devices offer an extensive suite of security features, including ThinkShield, Moto Secure, and Moto KeySafe.

edge 40 Viva Magenta edition

The motorola edge 40 Viva Magenta edition has advanced features such as a curved display, IP68 dust and water protection, a 50MP camera and fast charging in a sleek, stylish design.

The device is one of the slimmest in its class (7.58mm), featuring a borderless curved glass display and curved rear inlay joined together by a precision-cut, sandblasted aluminium frame.

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