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Motorola is rumoured to launch the Razr+ 2023 with a smaller battery

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The flip phone, once a staple of the early 2000s, is making a comeback in 2023. Phone manufacturers such as Samsung, Motorola, and now Oppo are developing new flip phones to add to their lineup. Motorola is preparing to launch a new device in the flip phone space later this year, and rumours suggest that it will be called the Motorola Razr+ 2023.

Previously, Motorola used the Razr name for its popular flip phone series, which was discontinued in 2008. The company revived the name in 2019 when it launched the Motorola Razr, a foldable smartphone that features a vertical flip design. The Razr 2022 was released last year, but now it seems that the company is planning an updated version for 2023.

Motorola Razr+ 2023 rumoured specs

Rumours suggest that the Razr+ 2023 will have the largest outer screen ever featured to a flip-style foldable phone. This means that users will be able to use the phone even when it’s closed. However, the new phone is also rumoured to have a smaller battery capacity than other flip phones on the market, such as the Galaxy Z Flip4 and Oppo Find N2 Flip. The Razr+ 2023 is said to have a 2850mAh batteryl, which is significantly smaller than the 3700mAh battery in the Galaxy Z Flip4 and the 4300mAh battery in the Oppo Find N2 Flip.

It’s not clear why Motorola has decided to call the new phone the Razr+ 2023 instead of the Razr 2023. However, the “+” in the name could suggest that the new phone will have some upgraded features compared to the previous model. The Razr+ 2023 is expected to support 30-watt wired fast charging, which would be good enough for a 2850mAh battery.

Motorola Razr+ 2023

Despite the rumoured battery capacity, the new Razr+ 2023 is expected to be a highly anticipated phone for those who love the nostalgia of a flip phone but also want modern features. The new phone is expected to be released later this year and more details will be out very soon in this month..

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