Flip Razr leak shows what Motorola's new folding phone looks like

Motorola Razr Leak Surfaces A Fortnight Before Launch

The upcoming Moto Razr with foldable display revealed in leaked image

Motorola's foldable Razr is expected to be revealed on November 13, but that hasn't stopped leaks.

Blass' shared images appear to be from a promotional ad of the upcoming phone and even though they're not the clearest, they do bring to notice a few things.

A third image showed the device mirrored to reveal its back side when unfolded. This real-life image gives us a good idea as to what to expect in terms of the Motorola Razr 2019 size / footprint.

Here we see the Razr in-hand, but there's precious little else visible.

KitGuru says: With so many foldable devices coming using similar designs, Motorola's approach is a breeze of fresh air.

Reputable leaker Evan Blass has published photographs of what appears to be the new foldable Motorola Razr smartphone.

We can see a small notch, as well as a home button similar to that on older Samsung Galaxy devices. Because this phone - and all flip phones, really - were made to protect their most precious parts, so too will this new RAZR protect its foldable display. The phone is said to be powered by a Snapdragon 710 chipset, and only has 6GB RAM and 128GB storage (the cheaper version comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage).

Overall, we may be looking at the flip phone tonic to the Samsung Galaxy Folds and Huawei Mate Xs out there with saucer-size folding phablets and bloated $2,000 price tags. In particular, a Bluetooth technology certification platform announced that a future Motorola Razr would have Bluetooth 5.0 and that it would be endorsed by both companies, as reported by XDA Developers. The device may come in White, Black and Gold colours.

Folding the opposite way to the Galaxy phone, Razr is a clamshell design that folds in half.

To maintain a slim profile, it is speculated to come with a rather modest 2,730mAh battery and it supports 27W Turbo Power fast charging. That should serve to keep the user apprised of important notifications, thereby negating the need to flip open the phone each time.

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