Razr 50 Ultra Gains 3C Certification, Confirms 68W Charging

Razr 50 Ultra Gains 3C Certification, Confirms 68W Charging

Motorola is gearing up for the imminent release of its highly anticipated foldable smartphones, the Razr 50 and Razr 50 Ultra.

Following the recent TENAA certification of the Razr 50 in China, the Razr 50 Ultra has now also received certification, specifically from China’s 3C authority. This latest certification reveals that the Razr 50 Ultra will support 68W wired charging, a significant upgrade from the 30W charging capability of its predecessor.

While the 3C certification did not disclose additional specifications, existing leaks and rumors have painted a comprehensive picture of what to expect from the Razr 50 Ultra.

The device is anticipated to feature a 6.9-inch folding display with FHD+ resolution and an impressive 165 Hz refresh rate, alongside a 4-inch P-OLED cover display. Camera capabilities are set to include two 50 MP rear cameras and a 32 MP front-facing camera, ideal for high-quality photography and selfies.

One of the key enhancements in the Razr 50 Ultra is its battery, which is reported to have a capacity of 4,000 mAh, up from the 3,800 mAh found in the Razr 40 Ultra. This improvement, combined with the new 68W charging support, suggests users can expect faster and more efficient charging times.

Under the hood, the Razr 50 Ultra is rumored to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 SoC, paired with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. Additional features likely include IPX8 water resistance, enhancing the device’s durability and appeal to users who require a robust smartphone for various conditions.

Motorola is expected to officially unveil both the Razr 50 and Razr 50 Ultra next month. In North America, these models are anticipated to be marketed as the Razr and Razr+ respectively, reflecting a naming strategy aimed at streamlining the brand’s global lineup.

With these advancements, Motorola continues to push the boundaries in the foldable smartphone market, promising significant enhancements in performance, display technology, and battery life.