We've written about the new RAZR phone before, but we're doing it again because reliable leakster Evan Blass have shared a suite of convincing-looking images of the supposed foldable phone, meaning we could possibly be seeing how it'll actually look like once it is revealed. The company is going to hold an unveiling event on 13 November where it is widely believed that the Moto Razr Flip will launch. It will simply be called Motorola razr (yes, RAZR in small caps unlike the old days) and we've got a first look at this much-awaited device. We just hope it's well built and not as fragile as the Galaxy Fold has proven to be.
The Motorola RAZR is said to feature a 6.2-inch foldable display with a resolution of 876x2142 pixels.
This is as comprehensive of a leak as we've seen of Motorola's foldable Razr, but there's still plenty we don't know.
Apart from the larger foldable display, it also consists of a small screen placed on top of the fold, which shows notifications, reminders, videos and more.
Although we can't see the front cover entirely, there's a noticeable camera bump on the outside which is highly likely to be its main camera. As we've previously seen, the bottom chin is quite pronounced as it needs to accommodate the folding mechanism and also appears to house a fingerprint reader. The phone will reportedly feature a Snapdragon 710 processor alongside either 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage or 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. Nevertheless, Motorola seems to be a fan of 48-megapixel sensors this year so perhaps it'll include one on the Razr.
To maintain a slim profile, it is speculated to come with a rather modest 2,730mAh battery and it supports 27W Turbo Power fast charging.
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