After yesterday’s set of official renders for the upcoming Motorola razr, Evan Blass shared 5 more shots of the yet to be announced foldable phone.
The first three show us the phone in its closed position and give us a better understanding of the outside display’s function. Paying homage to the original Razr V3 from 2004, the smaller screen can display notifications and the time/date. In addition, it can act as a viewfinder for the single main camera.
The other images show us the razr in its unfolded state. The screen seems to fold at the middle, leaving two identical portions of the display which should measure out to a combined 6.2-inches. We also get a clearer view of the notch housed at the top of the screen. As we've previously seen, the bottom chin is quite pronounced as it needs to accommodate the folding mechanism and also appears to house a fingerprint reader.
The new Motorola razr is expected to be announced on November 13 which is slowly coming up. We still don’t have any confirmed specs or pricing details so we'll have to wait for Motorola to share some hints.
The price will decide on the future of that phone. Another great idea of making foldable smart phone.
Looks horrible to be honest but the idea is good.. Looks more reliable for screens.
I wanted one if these, but since they have not included a 3.5 mm jack (despite there being ample room for it) I will not be buying.