Earlier this Thursday (31) alleged images of the smartphone that Motorola will announce in less than two weeks, which we can call just Motorola Razr, appeared on the internet. They show a look almost identical to the iconic Motorola Razr V3, only with a folding screen that covers the entire interior of the phone.
The images, shared by Evan Blass on his Twitter account, show a foldable cell phone that when closed can be comfortable in just one hand. In other images, the external screen, which was present in the original Razr V3 and which was launched in 2004, appears and contains icons for apps, clock, current temperature and the battery and signal indicators of the mobile network.
The look follows exactly what older rumors already pointed out, even for the patent that Motorola itself registered. This means that we will certainly have another idea of a foldable smartphone, which stops unfolding into a larger device to fold and get smaller, as in the good days of flip phones.
Even with such an interesting nostalgic appeal, other rumors suggest that his hardware will not be the most powerful. Rumors suggest that the Motorola Razr will bring a Snapdragon 710 processor, 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM, 128 or 256 GB of internal memory and all of this can be controlled by a 2,730 mAh battery. Poor amount of battery for a device with two screens, one of which is quite high.
Official details will be presented during an event scheduled for November 13, in the American city of Los Angeles. I don’t know about you, but I really liked the idea of a foldable smartphone in the shape of a flip phone, which is smaller in your pocket.