Motorola uses a 10-bit AMOLED panel with a resolution of 1066 x 1056 pixels and supports a 144Hz refresh rate.
The Razr 40 Ultra has a flexible 6.69-inch LTPO AMOLED panel with Full HD+ resolution. The refresh rate is much higher, in fact the highest for current folding smartphones, namely 165Hz.
HDR10+ support, high intensity up to 1,400 nits, is supported by the main screen.
The Motorola Razr 40 Ultra is powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. It’s a bit behind, considering that Qualcomm’s highest chipset series is Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
Combined with 8GB or 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage space. As for the battery, it is supported by a 3,800 mAh battery which can be filled using 30W fast charging or 5W wireless charging.
on the inside there is a 32 MP selfie camera. While on the outside, a pair of cameras on the outer screen use a 12 MP sensor with a wide lens supported by OIS (optical image stabilization) and 13 MP with an ultrawide lens equipped with autofocus, so that it supports macro shooting as well.
The cheaper type is the Motorola Razr 40. The design is fairly ordinary, the external screen isn’t as wide as the Ultra variant.
On the outside, the screen is only 1.5 inches which is accompanied by a pair of cameras, each of which uses a 64 MP sensor with OIS support and 13 MP ultrawide.
While on the inside, it uses a 6.9-inch LTPO AMOLED panel with Full HD + resolution and supports a 144Hz refresh rate. Right in the middle of it, there is a punch hole which is a place for a 32 MP selfie camera.
in terms of hardware it is lower, to be precise the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 which is paired with 8GB or 12GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage space. The battery is bigger, 4,200 mAh to be precise with support for 30W fast charging and 5W wireless charging.