Before the official launch itself, there are already many leaked photos which show the Motorola RAZR flip smartphone. The most recent leaked photo we have it from the famous serial leakster @evleaks. Now, we have the complete image of the Motorola RAZR. Besides that, we also have a few other photos from another online source.
From the leaked images, we know the housing design is 90% similar to the classic Motorola RAZR. The major difference would be instead of having the keypads inside, the phone is completely full display when you flip it open. Besides that, there is a small button could be seen when you flip the device close. We are assuming this button is used to flip the RAZR open. We wish Motorola could be using the same mechanism to flip it close. That would be something unique.
Other than that, as we said previously, the small screen will be mainly used for the notification purpose only. On top of the small screen, there is a single camera bump which looks like the Motorola RAZR could be only having a single main camera. The specs of the camera are not revealed yet.
At the moment, the official specs are not revealed yet. But, looking at these photos we can say the Motorola will probably have a tall 22:9 aspect ratio display. Furthermore, if you view at the Motorola RAZR sideways, it looks thinner than the Samsung Galaxy Fold. With this, we can also assume the battery size could be smaller than the current Galaxy Fold.
Pricing and Availability
It is also rumoured that the Motorola RAZR will be priced at USD1,500 (~RM6,257). Even though it is considered an expensive smartphone, but if you compare it with the Galaxy Fold, its much cheaper. Foldable smartphones are the future, and Samsung is wishing to be part of it very badly. A few days ago, Samsung reveals its plan to unveil another foldable smartphone which flips similar to the upcoming Motorola RAZR.
In conclusion, Motorola will be announcing Motorola RAZR on 13th of November 2019. The event is planned to take place in Los Angeles. For more official information stay tuned with us. We will update you all once we receive official information from Motorola itself.