The upcoming device is said to flaunt an "open and close" design, similar to the classic Razr phone.
Apparently, Dutch blog LetsGoDigital has it on good (though anonymous) authority that the new Razr will be out as soon as December or January in Europe, shortly following a US release.
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There is no information on whether the smartphone will make its way to the rest of the market or not. Well, let's wait and see this device will be competing against other foldable devices in the market and comment in the section below to share your views on the same. Thanks to LetsGoDigital, we have a set of mockup renders showing how the design could possibly work in practice. While no official renders have leaked, the above image has been put together based on leaked patents of the design and mechanism. This has been confirmed by an anonymous source at Motorola who spoke to the publication saying the Moto Razr will neither feature a large battery nor will it be powered by a top-end processor. Then again, Samsung is widely rumoured to be working on a slew of new folding designs for its portfolio - it's perfectly possible this will be one of a number of variants hitting store shelves in the coming months. Since the power unit is comparatively smaller, we can expect the Razr foldable phone to be as slim and having the same thin profile as the original Razr phone. The screen inside should be a 6.2-inch panel with an 876 x 2142 resolution while the one on the outside will have a 600 x 800. Likely, the device will sport 4/6GB of RAM, 64/128GB of internal memory and a smaller 2,730mAh battery. Of course, that prospective launch date came and went without a whisper - as did much of 2019 - bringing us here.