Recently, we have been on a streak of foldable devices being announced – Microsoft, Lenovo, Samsung, and Huawei have all demoed some sort folding mobile device. Now, it's time for Motorola to show us its hand, and by the looks of it, it seems to stand out from the rest.
Once upon a time, there was a cellphone called Motorola Razr. This cellphone dominated the market when Motorola released it. Hoping to do the same once again, Motorola might be close to announcing its new Razr phone.
According to a leak from Evan Blass (evleaks), two new images from the new Motorola Razr were released. In the pictures below, it's clear how similar the new Razr is to the original. The main difference is the absence of the traditional keypad. On the other hand, it looks like they will be adding a second display, besides the main foldable display. Later GSMArena commented on the invites being sent by Motorola for a media event, which is to be held on the 13th November, at Los Angeles, California.
The rumoured specifications of this phone are akin to a mid-upper range smartphone: Snapdragon 710, 4/6GB RAM, 128GB ROM, 6.2-inch OLED main display, and an 800×600 secondary screen, with a 2730mAh battery.
Early rumours priced the upcoming Razr at a whopping $1500, which seems excessive based on the specifications alone, but on the 13th of November, all of our doubts regarding this phone will be answered.
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KitGuru says: With so many foldable devices coming using similar designs, Motorola's approach is a breeze of fresh air. As this form factor is still new, there's still plenty of room to innovate. Are you interested in the new Motorola Razr?