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Motorola Razr 5G TUV certification reveals battery size with 18W fast charging


Motorola will be launching the Motorola Razr 5G on Sept. 9. It will be arriving as a 5G version of the Motorola Razr clamshell phone that debuted in November 2019. Four model numbers such as XT2071-2, XT2071-3, XT2071-4, and XT2071-5 have appeared in the database of the TUV Rheinland certification platform. Based on past reports, it can be said that these model numbers belong to the country variants of the upcoming Motorola Razr 5G. The TUV certification has revealed that the battery size and fast charging capabilities of the Razr 5G.

The TUV listings reveal that the Razr 5G has a dual-cell battery system. The smaller battery has LS30 model number offers 1,180mAh rated capacity and 1,255mAh typical value.

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The larger battery that LS40 model number has 1,453mAh rated value. Its typical value is not mentioned. The total rated value of both batteries is 2,633mAh. Its combined typical value could be more than 2,800mAh. A past leak had revealed that the Razr 5G will come with a 2,845mAh dual-cell battery. The TUV listings reveal support for 18W fast charging on the device


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Motorola Razr 5G Specifications (Rumored)

The Motorola Razr 5G is expected to house a 6.2-inch inner P-OLED display and a 2.7-inch exterior screen. The Snapdragon 765G SoC may fuel the device with 8 GB of RAM. It may come with 256 GB of internal storage.

The Razr 5G may come with a main camera of 48-megapixel. For selfies, it may feature a 20-megapixel snapper. The Android 10 OS will come preloaded on the flip phone. Its fingerprint scanner could be relocated to the right side of the device. The phone may come in a Mercury Silver color.

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