The Motorola Razr Plus 2024 might look the same, but this new leak gets me excited

What you need to know

  • A retailer leak of the Motorola Razr 50 Ultra reveals the possible configuration and pricing of the foldable.
  • The phone may launch globally with a 12GB+512GB configuration, an increase from the 8GB+256GB configuration of the current model in most markets.
  • The phone is listed at €1200, which closely matches the launch price of the Razr 40 Ultra.

Motorola just announced the new Moto Stylus 5G 2024, which looks like a sweet upgrade with a pretty drastic design change. But if rumors and leaks of the Razr Plus 2024 (aka the Razr 50 Ultra) are to be believed, we may not have to look forward to a new design for Motorola’s upcoming foldable flagship. But who needs a new design when the latest leak points to some welcome internal upgrades?

A publication obtained a screenshot of some retail listings of the Razr 50 Ultra, which gives us a good look at the configuration and expected pricing (via 9to5Google). The next Razr will be offered with 12GB of RAM, up from 8GB on the current model, and 512GB of storage, double that of the Razr 40 Ultra.

While the Razr 40 Ultra was largely available in the singular 8GB+256GB configuration in global markets, including the U.S., the phone was offered with a model featuring 12GB of RAM and 512GB in China.

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With the improved specs, we might expect the phone to cost more than its predecessor, but that might not be the case if the leak is accurate. The retail listing shows the Razr 50 Ultra priced at €1200, which is around the same launch price as its predecessor. Naturally, one might expect the U.S. price to be directly converted, but if last year’s pricing scheme is followed, then the Razr Plus 2024 may stick to the same $999 price tag.

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