MOTOROLA’s ultra-small Razr3 is powered by the Snapdragon 8+
After the Snapdragon 8+ was released on May 20, Chen Jin, general manager of Lenovo's Mobile phone business unit in China, announced that MOTOROLA's flagship with the chip was coming soon. Chen said MOTOROLA will deliver a truly powerful and all-round snapdragon 8+ flagship, from ultra-high pixel computing graphics to performance release and experience innovation.
However, the specific model was not announced last night, and this morning the official directly released a preheating poster, although not explicitly, but has given a very clear hint, it is the new generation of folding screen flagship - Razr3.
It is worth noting that according to the previous multiple sources, MOTOROLA, as the first snapdragon 8+, has a great probability to grab the snapdragon 8+, Razr3 is also expected to become the world's first Snapdragon 8+ flagship.
The Snapdragon 8+ can be said to be the most powerful mobile phone chip in the Android market. It adopts the 4nm manufacturing process of TSMC, and the maximum main frequency of the CPU cortex-X2 super-core is increased to 3.2ghz. While the performance is improved, the power consumption of snapdragon 8+ is also greatly optimized.
CPU power consumption is about 30% lower than the Snapdragon 8, GPU power consumption is up to 30% lower, and overall platform power consumption is about 15% lower than the Snapdragon 8, according to the official.
In addition, MOTOROLA Razr3 real machine has been previously exposed by foreign media, the new machine continues to flip up and down, and the overall appearance of the redesign, the appearance of more similar to Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3.
The 6.7-inch home screen is the typical size for tablet flagships, but it can be folded, making it much smaller.