Motorola Razr 2 To Include Snapdragon 765 SoC, 2,845mAh Battery: Leak


The Motorola Razr 2 may include the Snapdragon 765 SoC, according to a new leak. This information comes from XDA Developers, as the site shared some details about the upcoming foldable.

The Snapdragon 765 is expected to fuel the Motorola Razr 2

The source claims that the phone will come with a code-name 'smith', and the model name 'XT2071-4'. The Snapdragon 765 has also been mentioned, as the chip that will fuel the Motorola Razr 2.

XDA Developers also claim that the phone will include a 2,845mAh battery, along with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The company also plans to upgrade a rear-facing camera, it seems.


The device will, allegedly, include a 48-megapixel camera, with the ISOCELL Bright GM1 sensor. The front-facing camera will feature a 20-megapixel sensor, though we don't know which one just yet.

Android 10 will come pre-installed out of the box, by the way. Motorola is also expected to bring various improvements to the Quick View display. The company will hopefully use UTG (Ultra Thin Glass) this time around.

The source also claims that the second-gen Razr is in development for China and North America. The device may arrive to Europe and other markets, though, of course.


Lenovo did confirm, recently, that the second-gen Motorola Razr will support 5G connectivity. Chances are that the device will support only sub-6GHz 5G networks, though.

The second-gen Razr may not support mmWave 5G networks

Packing mmWave antennas into the body of the Motorola Razr 2 may not be possible. That means that the phone may not support mmWave 5G networks, such as Verizon's Ultrawide Band network.

XDA Developers do note that the information shared here may change. This is early info, as the device is not expected to arrive anytime soon. The Motorola Razr 2019 arrived in November last year, while its successor is expected to arrive in September.


The Motorola Razr is one of the very few foldable phones in the market at the moment. The device does have its fair share of issues, though, mainly in regard to its build.

Motorola is expected to improve the device in a number of ways this year, as its overall design managed to win over a lot of people. For that reason, we don't think the design will change all that much.

The Motorola Razr 2 will have plenty of competition in the market this year, though. The Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to arrive in August, while several Chinese smartphone OEMs are expected to present their foldable handsets.