Motorola Razr 50 Ultra, a jewel of a smartphone

Motorola launches the latest version of its foldable screen clamshell smartphone that, like the competition, emphasizes AI features.

As with the competition, artificial intelligence-based features are required, most of which are directly accessible on the external screen in folded mode. There is the Gemini Assistant which can, for example, help plan a travel itinerary, create a workout routine, or obtain recipes based on what is in the refrigerator. Also accessible on the external screen, Google Photos or the Spotify/Bose interface to control music and podcasts.

Motorola Razr 50 Ultra, foldable Oled screen££££

The Motorola Razr 50 Ultra foldable smartphone is equipped with a 4" (10.16 cm) 10-bit external pOled screen with a resolution of 1080 x 1,272 pixels (417 ppi) which offers a new interface with customization options for various watch faces and themes. The internal foldable screen is a 6.9" (17.52 cm) 10-bit specimen with a 22:9 ratio. featuring a resolution of 1080 x 2640 pixels (413 ppi). [abc]HDR Dolby Vision[/abc], [abc]HDR10+[/abc] compatibility and respective 100% and 120% coverage of the DCI-P3 gamut are required for both screens, 2,400 nits and 3,000 nits for the bright peak. Another clarification, these screens are 165 Hz models and IPX8 certification is on the menu.

Namely, the external Oled screen is equipped with a Corning Gorilla Glass Victus coating which gives complete confidence to the representatives of the brand, who do not hesitate to affirm that the solidity of Razr has nothing to envy to that of traditional smartphones.

What core for the Motorola Razr 50 Ultra?££££

On the electronic side, the Motorola Razr 50 Ultra has an Octa Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor (1 x 3 GHz Cortex-X4 + 4 x 2, 8 GHz Cortex-A720 + 3 x 2 GHz Cortex-A520) engraved in 4 nm, supported by an Adreno 735 graphics chip. On the Ram memory side, 12 GB are on the menu, 512 GB for storage (non-expandable). The battery, for its part, is a 4,000 mAh model with fast charging (45 W), wireless charging (15 W) and Reverse Charging (5 W).

Motorola Razr 50 Ultra, photo and video capabilities££££

The camera is based on a dual 50 Mpxls photo sensor, a wide-angle (0.8 μm photosite, stabilized, PDAF, 24 mm and f/1.7 aperture) and a telephoto lens (0.34 μm photosite, stabilized, PDAF, 2x optical zoom and f/2.0 aperture). We also note a dual LED flash and HDR management. For its part, the selfie camera is 32 Mpxls (0.7 μm photosite, f/2.4 aperture). Video capture is possible up to [abc]2 160p[/abc] at 60 fps on the latter, the same on the APN or up to [abc]1 080p[/abc] at 960 frames per second.

The cameras are also supported by AI, including Moto AI, Photo Optimization, Adaptive Stabilization, Action Shot and Super Zoom functions. AI is still present with Google Message, including Magic Compose to suggest SMS responses, or Photomoji to transform your photos into emoji.

Which operating system for the Motorola Razr 50 Ultra? ££££

It is Android 14 which serves as the operating system. In terms of connectivity and connectivity, we note a [abc]USB[/abc] Type-C port and [abc]Wi-Fi[/abc] 7 Dual Band, Wi-Fi Direct, [abc]Bluetooth[/abc] compatibility. 5.4 APT-X and [abc]NFC[/abc]. Note the absence of the 3.5 millimeter mini-Jack socket. Finally, the stereo speakers support [abc]Dolby Atmos[/abc].

Immediate availability in Khaki Green, Navy Blue and Peach Fuzz colors with vegan leather finish. Indicative price: €1,199 (delivered with a 68 W charger).