Written byMudit Dube
Motorola's foldable RAZR phone, set to launch on November 13, has been leaked in high-quality renders by acclaimed tipster Evan Blass.
These images show the upcoming handset from practically every angle, revealing its design in entirety. Notably, these renders also confirm some of the key features of the foldable phone including the secondary screen, fingerprint reader, and a primary camera.
Here's our roundup.
The upcoming Motorola RAZR will feature a flip phone-like design like the original one but with a flexible display on the inside.
The external shell will house a secondary screen and a single camera while the internal display will have a small notch.
On the base, the handset will house a fingerprint reader which can also work as a home button.
Going by the renders, the external display on the flip-up lid of the phone will be a functional screen.
It will help you check messages, e-mails, WhatsApp notifications and control music. And with some software tweaks, Motorola may also allow you to send quick replies via the secondary display.
Further, it'll also double up as a viewfinder for clicking selfies using the primary camera.
Motorola has adopted a notched internal screen to house essential sensors and gadgetry including an earpiece, proximity sensor, and other sensors. The notch will also pack a single front-facing camera that will come in handy for video calling.
The Motorola RAZR is said to feature a 6.2-inch foldable display with a resolution of 876x2142 pixels. The external screen is likely to be an LCD screen protected by glass.
The device will be powered by Qualcomm's mid-range Snapdragon 710 chipset, combined with 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and a 2,730mAh battery.
Further, the device might also run Android 10 out-of-the-box.
Reportedly, the company will officially unveil it at an event on November 13 in Los Angeles, California. As for pricing, some reports have claimed that it would cost $1,500 (Rs. 1.07 lakh).
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