Next-generation Motorola Razr battery leaks with model number and new naming convention
MySmartPrice claims to have obtained new information about Motorola's next-generation Razr smartphone, following three significant leaks in the last few weeks. While it appeared that Motorola would call the new model 'Razr 2023' or 'Razr (2023)', MySmartPrice insists 'industry sources' have informed it otherwise. Specifically, the website states that the device will launch as the Motorola Razr+, which it subsequently refers to as the Motorola Razr+ (2023).
Additionally, MySmartPrice asserts that Motorola has assigned 'XT2321' as the device's model number, in keeping with other Motorola devices released to date. Moreover, the website claims that the Razr+ (2023) will have a 2,850 mAh rated battery capacity. In other words, it would appear that MySmartPrice has discovered the upcoming foldable smartphone at a regulatory body, such as the 3C in China.
For context, the Razr 2022 has a 3,500 mAh combined capacity. GSMArena theorises that this 2,850 mAh capacity may only apply to one of the batteries in the Razr+ (2023). Typically, foldable smartphones have two batteries. However, this does not mean that the Razr+ (2023) will offer a 5,700 mAh combined capacity across two batteries. Instead, Motorola tends to install a smaller second battery; the second battery in the Razr 2022 is rated at 660 mAh but has a 712 mAh typical capacity.
Given that MySmartPrice specifically mentions rated capacity, the Razr+ (2023), we suspect that this battery will have closer to a 3,000 mAh typical capacity. Assuming that Motorola follows its approach with previous Razr foldables, then the Razr+ (2023) is likely to feature a nominally higher combined battery capacity than its predecessor that may close in on the 3,700 mAh delivered by the Galaxy Z Flip4. Based on earlier rumours, Motorola will announce the Razr+ (2023) in June.
MySmartPrice via GSMArena