Motorola RAZR 50 Spotted at Geekbench Benchmark with Dimensity 7300X

Motorola is expected to launch the Motorola RAZR 50 soon alongside the RAZR 50 Ultra. The former has been recently spotted at the TENAA certification, with a 2.5 GHz CPU. Now, we have more details about its performance thanks to a Geekbench benchmark.

Motorola RAZR 50 Key Specs appear on Geekbench

The vanilla Motorola RAZR 50 has been spotted on the Geekbench benchmark website. The listing confirms the RAZR 50 with four 2.5 GHz cores in addition to four 2.0 GHz cores. This arrangement likely means we will see the MediaTek Dimensity 7300X  platform from MediaTek. This chipset was announced by MediaTek today along with the vanilla Dimensity 7300X. It’s a powerful mid-range chipset with 4nm manufacturing and a great Mali-G615 GPU for gaming.

Motorola RAZR 50

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In addition to the chipset, the listing also confirms 8 GB of RAM. However, we won’t be surprised if more configurations pop out for this particular device. The handset runs Android 14 which is hardly a surprise at this point. The phone was tested on Geekbench 6.3 scoring 1,033 in the single score department and 2,751 in the multi-core segment. It is worth noting that the numbers are fairly close to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 6 Gen 1, which is one of the Dimensity 7300X competitors in the mid-range field.

The Motorola RAZR 50 will be a simpler offering compared to the flagship RAZR 50 Ultra. However, it will still bring neat features and upgrades. For example, it will have a large 3.6-inch Cover Screen borrowed from last year’s RAZR 40 Ultra. It covers the entire front when the phone is closed. It’s also possible to use the phone in this mode, and the screen is more than a simple viewfinder for the camera or notifications.

The Motorola RAZR 50 will also include a fairly large battery with a 3,950 mAh capacity. That is a great number considering how challenging is to fit a battery of this size in a clamshell smartphone.


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