The use of a sufficiently capacious battery in folded smartphones is a big problem for manufacturers. The use of a capacious battery would significantly affect the thickness and weight of the smartphone, which is why most foldable smartphones resembling old flip phones do not have a capacious battery. Despite this, manufacturers are trying to gradually increase the batteries used, while Motorola will probably go in a different direction.
The new foldable smartphone from Motorola is to be called Razr+. There is information in the media that this phone will get a 2850mAh battery, which would be an even smaller battery than the predecessor of this device, which used a 3500mAh battery. This is also a much worse result than the competing smartphones Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Oppo Find N2 Flip. The battery itself would be charged using a 30W charger, while the battery capacity itself may worry potential buyers of this smartphone.