Although Motorola didn’t release a foldable device last year, there has been plenty of indications that a new one will be released this year. This week, the upcoming Motorola Razr was formally unveiled in China, confirming what is planned.
The upcoming Motorola Razr, internally known as Maven in accordance with a prior leak, was unveiled by Chen Jin, GM of Lenovo Mobile China. Through Chinese social media, GSMArena discovered the unveil, which offers us a clear picture of what to anticipate.
We can see the device both folded and unfolded in the few pictures.
When the new Motorola Razr is unfurled, it is clear that the chin that resembled the original Razr flip phone has been removed. Similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 3, the phone now includes a dual-camera array in the bottom right corner when it is closed.
A subsequent video uploaded to Weibo showcases the new Motorola Razr in a few brief, dim frames. We can see the hinge, which now more clearly reflects Samsung’s design aesthetic, as well as the larger outer display, which continues to be the Galaxy Z Flip’s main selling point.
Although the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU is now the only verified feature of the upcoming Motorola Razr, it is highly likely that the rest of the package will also be of a high caliber.
The new Motorola Razr, according to rumors, will have a 120Hz display, a 50MP main camera, and a 13MP ultrawide camera.
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