Motorola is launching its highly anticipated foldable smartphone on November 13, which is said to be a revamp of the company’s famous Razr flip-phone.
A German blog, Mobielkopen, has some pictures shown by the new Motorola Razr, giving us a much better idea of what is to be expected.
As shown by yesterday’s photo shared by Blass, the first foldable smartphone from Motorola will be nearly identical in design to the original RAZR V3 mobile released in 2004. Similar to the original RAZR mobile, we also see a’ chin’ at the bottom with a key that likely houses a fingerprint sensor. The phone will have a 6.2-inch flexible OLED display that, thanks to the hinge mechanism, users will be able to fold in half.
Previous reports say that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 will power the device with either 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM. It is expected to have a battery of 2.730 mAh and internal storage of 128 GB. While the phone looks great, it can cost up to $1,500.