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Moto Razr 5G battery capacity and fast charging capability revealed (TUV certification)

Motorola will be announce the Motorola Razr 5G smartphone September 9. As the name implies, the device will debut as the 5G variant of the Moto Razr clamshell phone that rolled out last year.

Recently, four devices with model numbers XT2071-2, XT2071-3, XT2071-4, and XT2071-5 surfaced on TUV Rheinland certification database.

TUV certification of the Moto Razr 5G reveals its battery capacity and fast charging capability.

According to previous reports, it was stated that the above model numbers belong to country editions of the upcoming Motorola Razr 5G. The TUV certification also revealed that the Razr 5G would feature fast charging technologies.

the listing mentioned that the 5G variant of the Razr phone sports a dual-cell battery system. One of the two batteries is an LS30 model, and it offers a capacity of 1,180mAh. Its typical value has a capacity of 1,255mAh.

The other battery that makes up the dual-battery system has an LS40 model number and is rated 1,454mAh. Its typical value was not revealed, but the total value of both batteries is 2,633mAh.

As for its fast charging feature, the TUV listing reveals that the Razr 5G will carry support for 18W fast charging tech.

A recent leak of the smartphone’s specs claims that the Razr 5G will launch with a 2,845mAh dual-cell battery. Comparing this figure with the total battery rating revealed by TUV, the Motorola Razr 5G will like launch with a 2,800mAh dual-cell battery.

Meanwhile, it is speculated that the Motorola Razr 5G would sport a 6.2-inch P-OLED panel on the inside. A 2.7-inch display will be present on the outer side of the phone.

The phone would be powered by the Snapdragon 765G SoC alongside 8GB of RAM. It may arrive with up to 256GB of internal storage space.

The device may sport a 20-megapixel selfie sensor and a 48-megapixel secondary camera setup.

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