Speculation about a foldable version of the Motorola Razr has been circulating since the beginning of the year, with rumors about price and technical data. And the wait may already have a date to end, more specifically on November 13.
That’s because Lenovo started sending out invitations to an event scheduled to take place on this date in Los Angeles. According to the CNET, the message displays a GIF with the old Motorola Razr V3 giving way to a new smartphone.
In its invitation, Motorola says the event will feature the “highly anticipated launch of a reinvented icon”. The announcement, according to the company, will include “a journey through immersive experiences”.
The manufacturer also treats the new device as “an original unlike any other”. Motorola’s foldable phone is expected to be slightly different from models like Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X.
Instead of doubling up like the smartphones launched this year, it will adopt the Razr’s flip style. The model should have two screens, one with 6.2 inches internal and 876 x 2,142 pixels resolution, and one external with 600 x 800 pixels.
The foldable Motorola Razr will feature a 2,730 mAh battery, Snapdragon 710 processor, two RAM options (4 GB or 6 GB) and two storage options (64 GB or 128 GB). The cell phone can still receive a notch on the internal screen and a digital reader on the outside.
Expected to be launched in black, white and gold, the Motorola Razr is expected to cost $ 1,500 in the United States, where it will be sold exclusively by the operator Verizon. There is still no information about a possible launch in Brazil.