Motorola Razr 5G to Sport 2633mAh Battery, 18W Fast Charging, TUV Rheinland Certification Reveals

The soon-to-be-launched Motorola Razr 5G has made its appearance on the website of TUV Rheinland.

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Motorola is all set to launch the 5G version of its foldable smartphone – the Motorola Razr 5G on September 9. This smartphone has been in the news for quite some time but it is only now that details of the handset have started surfacing. Over the past few weeks, we have come across multiple leaked images of the phone. Speculative specifications of the phone also appeared on popular tech blogs. Today, we have come across a certification document on TUV Rheinland which reveals the battery capacity of the Motorola Razr 5G.

Take a look at the documentation images below.

From the images, we can deduce that the Motorola Razr 5G bears the model number XT 2071 and that there are as many as four different variants of the phone: XT 2071-2, XT 2071-3, XT 2071-4, and XT 2071-5. All these variants get power from two interconnected, but physically separate batteries that bear model numbers LS30, and LS40. From the documentation above, we can deduce that the smaller LS30 battery has a typical capacity of 1255mAH and a rated capacity of 1180mAh. The LS40 battery, on the other hand, appears to have a rated capacity of 1453mAh. This translates to a combined battery capacity of 2633mAh. There is a good chance that this combined capacity will end up endowing the Motorola Razr a typical capacity of around 2800 mAh. Also evident from the documents is the fact that the phone is likely to feature support for 18W fast charging. This is an upgrade over last year’s 15W fast charging.

As mentioned earlier, the Moto Razr 5G is expected to be formally announced early next month. The device – from what we now know – is expected to feature several upgrades over the existing 4G model – the first one being support for 5G networks. The hardware is also likely to see upgrades- starting with the SoC which is likely to be the SD765 chipset in place of the SD710 SoC on the previous generation Razr. The handset is also likely to feature at least 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The camera is also likely to see an upgrade to 48MP from the existing 16MP sensor. At the front, the Moto Razr 5G could come with a 20MP camera instead of a 5MP sensor.

 

 


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