Moto Razr 2019 with Foldable Display Appears in Official Images, Launch Set for November 13


Three foldable smartphones were expected to debut in 2019 out of which two have already been released. The highly-anticipated Motorola RAZR, which is the third one, took a while but is finally getting unleashed this month on November 13th. There have been some renders in the past depicting the design of the new foldable, but well-known smartphone tipster Evan Blass posted some images of the phone yesterday which seem to be from a promotional ad and reaffirm past design leaks.

Moto Razr 2019 Images: What Do They Reveal?

Going by these latest images, the Motorola RAZR is truly a resurrection of Motorola’s iconic RAZR V3 flip phone. The key separating element here being the foldable display. It wouldn’t be a surprise if someone mistook this for a regular clamshell device but the magic happens when the smartphone is flipped open. There’s a secondary display as well as a rather chunky chin that houses a fingerprint reader on the device.

A button beneath the secondary display is also visible but its exact applications are not known yet. Similarly, the rear does house a camera but its exact capabilities are not known. The foldable display has a notch which likely holds a selfie shooter, as is visible from other leaked images. But that’s all we can extract from these images so far.

Moto Razr 2019 Expected Specifications:

In terms of specifications, leaks so far have suggested the Motorola RAZR will feature a 6.2-inch OLED main display with a 600 x 800 resolution secondary screen. The processor is supposed to be a Snapdragon 710 SoC paired with 4/6 GB RAM and 128GB storage and the battery is tipped to be a rather lower-than-average 2,730mAh. What’s not average is the projected pricing of $1500.