Published: Sat, November 02, 2019
Tech | By Anita Cain

Motorola Razr Leak Surfaces A Fortnight Before Launch

Motorola Razr Leak Surfaces A Fortnight Before Launch

Motorola Razr is largely expected to be the company's first foldable phone, expected to launch at the November 13 event later this month.

Motorola tried to keep its new Razr a bit of a mystery, but he...just tweeted it out.

In the past couple of years, phones have been all about the big and bright screen.

When fully opened, Moto Razr foldable phone looks a lot like the classic Razr V3 which launched nearly a decade ago.

Motorola is scheduled to launch the device on November 13, but there's a good chance we'll see a few more leaks before the device is actually official.

Today we're taking a peek at a number of images of the next-generation Motorola device called RAZR.

According to earlier reports, the upcoming Motorola Razr will sport a 6.2-inch foldable OLED display with a resolution of 2142×876 pixels.

Following in the steps of Samsung's recently released Galaxy Fold and Huawei's previously announced Mate X, CNET previously reported that while Motorola had initially planned for a summer release date of its foldable Razr the company was now targetting a late 2019 release.

One of these is a giant notch at the top, that is likely to house the front-facing camera and a speaker. The form factor shown in these photos is an obvious throwback to the original Razr design, but modern phones don't use a T9-compatible keyboard.

When folded, a smaller display can be viewed on the front which is similar to the small displays that were often available on flip phones, showing basic information such as the time and whether you have any notifications.

The images shared by Blass reveal that the bottom part or "chin" of the handset has a distinctly placed button which looks like the fingerprint reader.

Joining the processor may be 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage as standard.

The phone is also said to includ a 2,730 mAh battery, much smaller than the Fold's 4235 mAh.

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