Motorola RAZR: here is the first real photo of the foldable device
There has long been talk of Motorola RAZR, the company’s first foldable smartphone, which is expected to be officially unveiled on Nov. 13. While waiting, however, we can begin to get a glimpse of it thanks to leaker Evan Blass, who through his Twitter profile released an alleged real photo of the foldable device, featuring a clamshell design.
The design clearly echoes that of the old Motorola V3i and Motorola V3x.
According to information released in recent months, the device is expected to mount a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 octa-core processor and Adreno 616 GPU, with 4/6 GB RAM and 64 / 128 GB internal storage.
Two variants are thus suggested, while on the autonomy front we find a battery of 2.730 mAh, that perhaps represents the least inviting part of the phone at the moment, when we consider that current smartphones rely, at least in most, on significantly more powerful batteries that start at 3000 mAh.
The clamshell design mounts two displays: the main one will be 6.20 inches with a resolution of up to 876 x 2.142 pixels when open, while closed it will have a 600 x 800 pixel resolution. As already stated, we are talking about a foldable smartphone that has the prerogative of relaunching above all an already well-known brand, relying on the’nostalgia effect, with a design that will be reminiscent of older generation foldable cell phones.
The colorways that will be available at launch, as the site mentions, will be Black, White e Gold.