MOTOROLA has confirmed that it is working on a new Razr foldable smartphone, which will be the first flagship smartphone in the family to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC.
Today, @EvLeaks released a live demo video (actually a GIF) of the device.
The design appears to have changed dramatically from the original Razr in 2019 and the Razr 5G in 2020, and without the iconic Razr chin at the bottom, it looks a lot like Samsung’s Flip line.
As demonstrated, it will feature dual rear cameras (a 100 percent improvement over previous single-camera models) and a front-facing, center punched camera for selfies that doesn’t look creased at all.
Igeekphone has reported that the model, codenamed Maven, comes with a 6.7-inch interior screen from TCL Huaxing, which is larger than the previous Razr 5G’s 6.2-inch screen. The screen also expanded from 2.7 inches to 3 inches.
Jin Chen, general manager of Lenovo’s Mobile business unit in China, revealed that the new foldable flagship is on the way, but can’t say much about it yet, adding that “a lot of efforts have been made to address common pain points, and I hope the new Razr foldable phone will have the opportunity to become a favorite.”
Maven looks more like the Galaxy Z Flip3 than its predecessor, the Razr or Razr 5G, 91Mobiles reports. Maven is a little square compared to its predecessors. While the phone’s chin is not visible in the image, the original post makes it clear that the Razr’s signature chin has been removed and a fingerprint sensor has been integrated into the power button.
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Ross Young confirmed that the new Razr will be more like the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip when he tweeted back.