The new Razr will have a foldable screen within an updated flip phone shell. Speculation points towards a $1,500 price tag, which may be lower than existing foldable smartphones, but then again, this won't really be a performance behemoth either.
It's not the first time that photos of Motorola's imminent smartphone, Razr, are leaked. The latest one, granted in January, featured the iconic Razr chin in addition to the foldable display.
November 13 is the date chosen by Motorola to present a cell phone that will clearly turn 360 degrees.
These images show the upcoming handset from practically every angle, revealing its design in entirety.
Power reportedly comes from an eight-core Snapdragon 710 processor, plus an Adreno 616 graphics chip, up to 6GB or RAM, and up to 128GB of storage. The reboot of the Motorola Razr mark could be the boost that the company needs to recover and place among the best phone produces in the market. Otherwise, it could easily pass as an old-school phone when folded.
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.
This setup is accompanied by a 6.2-inch flexible OLED display that can be folded in half with the help of a redesigned hinge.
If this follows with the previous leaks we've seen of this particular phone from Motorola, assuming they're able to deliver a phone with an above-average capable display, they might well have a sneaker hit on their hands. Last month, a report from CNET said the phone is slotted to launch in November - this month.