❤ Motorola set to launch two foldables, including the cheaper ‘Razr Lite’



Motorola’s foldable Razr is set to come back in a big way this year, and it seems we might be getting even more than expected. Apparently, there are two Motorola Razr devices in the pipeline, with the “Razr Lite” showing up in new renders.

It’s been confirmed time and time again that a new Motorola Razr foldable is in the works, with leaks showing off the big outer display, and even Motorola itself explicitly confirming the new device is coming. Apparently, that device will be called the “Razr+,” based on other recent leaks.

Now, MySmartPrice is showing off a device referred to as the Motorola “Razr Lite,” with prototype design renders from @OnLeaks confirming there are two foldables from Motorola coming up. Where the “Plus” version has a large display on the outside, it seems the “Lite” variant will have one that’s much smaller, even compared to prior models.






The small outer display takes up the full width of the device, but only the bottom 25% or so. Like on the leaked images of the “Plus,” the display wraps around the cameras. It’s a design not all that different from Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 4, at least in terms of workable area









How else this “Lite” model could differ isn’t clear, but it seems reasonable to expect perhaps a less powerful chipset, or less memory. In any case, the most interesting thing will be the difference in pricing on Motorola’s upcoming foldables. The release window Motorola is aiming also unclear at this point, but June has been mentioned.

Motorola ‘Razr+’ foldable to have faster charging than Galaxy Z Flip 4, but a smaller battery





According to a regulatory listing, Motorola’s 2023 Razr foldable will have speedy charging that well outpaces Samsung’s current offerings.

The “Motorola Razr+” recently passed through 3C, a regulatory authority in China (via MySmartPrice), as well as through the FCC. While neither leak offered a new look at the foldable, they both confirmed new details.

In the case of the FCC leak, the “Motorola Razr+” was found to be packing a dual battery system. This puts one battery in part of the device, with another, smaller battery in another part of the device. In this case, there’s a 2,850 mAh battery paired with a 790 mAh. Together, that measures 3,640 mAh, a boost of 140 mAh from the previous Razr. That’s slightly smaller than the 3,700 mAh battery found in the Galaxy Z Flip 4, but not by enough to make a major impact.

Beyond that, the 3C listing mentions support for 33W charging for the “Motorola Razr+.” That’s not even close to the fastest charging out on the market today, but it’s much faster than what Samsung offers on the Galaxy Z Flip 4. That device is limited to 25W, which was even new to that device. Prior Samsung Flip models were limited to a mere 15W.

The “Motorola Razr+” leaked earlier this month with a unique outer display design that effectively turns the entire cover into a screen, right down to wrapping around the camera modules. A specific release date is not entirely clear, but expected to be in June.

Possible Motorola Razr Lite Leaked in 5K Renders Showing Full Design; May Launch Soon

Motorola is gearing up for the launch of the Razr Plus 2023 later this year. The new clamshell-style foldable phone is tipped to launch with a bigger cover display and some key upgrades under the hood. It will be Motorola’s most premium foldable offering. The company is also working on an affordable version of its Razr foldable phone. MySmartPrice has learnt about the launch of a new foldable phone called the Motorola Razr Lite. 

The upcoming Razr Lite, as the name suggests, will sit below the premium sibling Razr Plus 2023. It is likely that the phone might alternatively debut without the “Lite” moniker at the end and the company might simply call it the Motorola Razr 2023. There are no official details about the phone’s launch timeline. Meanwhile, we bring to you some exclusive details about the Razr Lite 2023. Tipster OnLeaks, who recently revealed the exclusive design renders and details about the Google Pixel 7a, has now collaborated with MySmartPrice to give you the first look at the Motorola Razr Lite. 

Let’s take a look at the Motorola Razr Lite design renders, specifications and other details leaked ahead of the launch.

The Motorola Razr Lite 2023 will be launching soon. The foldable phone will sit below the Razr Plus 2023, which is also expected to debut soon. OnLeaks, our reliable source for the leak, has revealed the key design details of the Razr Lite 2023 foldable phone.

As seen in the design renders below, the Razr Lite 2023 will have a clamshell-style folding mechanism. The foldable display of the Razr Lite 2023 has a hole-punch cutout at the top centre. We can also see the bezels around the display being fairly thin, which should help offer an immersive viewing experience.

On the outside, there is a tiny cover display. The design renders show that the cover display might be useful for a limited number of tasks, such as displaying the time or maybe checking notifications or incoming calls.

The display is quite small compared to the likes of the Oppo Find N2 Flip and the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4. The upcoming Vivo X Flip also seemingly has a bigger display than the one seen in the Razr Lite 2023.

There is a dual-camera setup next to the cover display of the Razr Lite 2023. The LED flash module is also placed below the camera sensors. The frame is curved and has antenna lines of it, suggesting the use of metal.

It is worth noting that the design renders are based on low-quality, real-life pictures of a testing stage prototype. Therefore, it is likely that some details depicted in these renders may differ a bit compared to the final product.

Also, as mentioned above, the device might be called the Razr Lite 2023 or simply Razr 2023. At the time of writing this, we cannot confirm the official marketing name of the device. Other details about the upcoming foldable phone from Motorola are under wraps. We will share more details about the device as and when available.