Motorola's foldable display RAZR leaks in first official-looking images

Motorola Razr Leak Surfaces A Fortnight Before Launch

Motorola is expected to make an official announcement on November 13, so you just need to wait til then for more live shots of the phone.

Once released, the new folding Razr will compete with several other competitors that also offer folding displays, like Samsung, Huawei, and more. Because that shape is familiar, they may (Motorola hopes) find it acceptable and even enticing that this new device uses a similar shape as the hottest mobile phone in the United States of America in the year 2005 (and thereabouts).

This Motorola cell phone would challenge the Galaxy Fold, which finally hit the market on September 27. As per the report, Motorola has sent out media invites for a November 13 event.

Remember the RAZR? Well, the ultra-thin mobile phone that was all the rage throughout the aughts may be making a triumphant return.

The Motorola razr foldable will feature a new hinge design, as has already been shown through its launch teaser poster. "On the outside, we will expect to see an extra-tall, flexible 6.2" OLED interior touch display paired with a smaller exterior, limited-use touch display with a resolution of 600 x 800.

At first glance, the foldable smartphone looks virtually identical to the RAZR V3 that Motorola debuted fifteen years ago way back in 2004.

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.

At the bottom of the phone there appears to be a rather large plastic piece which is speculated to house a home button or a fingerprint reader. The cover screen also has a front-facing camera. If you're a RAZR fan, do you like what you see?

XDA Developers claimed that the new Razr foldable smartphone will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor.

The battery s rumoured to be of a measly 2,730 mAh capacity which indicates Motorola's inclination towards a slimmer device.



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