Leaked images claiming to show Motorola's foldable Razr smartphone suggest it'll look like a modernised version of the iconic flip phone
- Motorola is unveiling its Razr-style foldable smartphone on November 13, and even teased the device.
- A recent image leak of the new Razr was obtained by Dutch tech site Mobielkopen.
- The images offer a better idea of the new Razr's design, but doesn't shed light on its specs or capabilities.
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Motorola is unveiling its highly-anticipated foldable smartphone that's said to be a revamp of the company's iconic Razr flip-phone on November 13.
But why wait when there are leaked photos online?
On Thursday, Dutch tech site Mobielkopen and gadgets leaked Evan Blass got a hold of some images that supposedly show the new Motorola Razr, giving us a much better idea of what to expect on November 13. You can check out the photos on their website here.
Here's a photo from Blass' Twitter account, @evleaks:
We already got a sneak peak of the new Razr in Motorola's launch event invitation. It gives you an idea of the phone's profile and hinge:
Mobielkopen doesn't say where it got the images from, and there's no official confirmation the images are actually of the new Motorola phone. But it appears that the hinge in Motorola's event GIF and the leaked photos are identical, which lends some credence to Mobielkopen's images.
Apart from its Razr-like design, little else is known about the device, and other details are left in the rumorsphere, which primarily originate from XDA-Developers. If you wanted to abide by rumors, you could expect mid-range specs from 4-6 GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 710 processor. It's also suggested that the new Razr will have a 6.2-inch OLED screen when unfolded, and a smaller display on the exterior, just like the original Razr.
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