It looks like we’re entering an era of classic style foldable phones once again after a long time. Samsung’s Galaxy Fold might have been delayed due to display issues, but another company is also set to launch a foldable smartphone in the next few days. Motorola, which once sold one of the most iconic smartphones of its time called Moto Razr, is bringing the clamshell magic back once again by relaunching Razr in touchscreen avatar. Today we’ve seen the first promotional pictures of this upcoming device, and we’re convinced that the device is going to offer many firsts of the smartphone industry.
Details on Moto Razr V4 leaks
The first thing that comes to notice after taking a look at these renders is the unique design of its box. It looks pretty cool, and it’s being shown with a lot of accessories, which makes us wonder if we’re looking at any special edition of the device! What we see is a wireless charger, earbuds, USB-A to USB-C charging cable, power adapter and USB-C to 3.5mm audio dongle.
Coming to the phone itself, Motorola’s take on foldable smartphones is unique from that of all other smartphone-makers. Instead of making a phone that doubles-up as a tablet, what Motorola has done is making a device that looks like any regular smartphone when unfolded but becomes half of its size when folded. The top of device includes a small screen, just like there used to be one on the top of the original Moto Razr.
The latest renders have also confirmed that there won’t be a 3.5mm headphone jack in this phone. But again, it will happen only if these renders are legit. We can’t confirm their legitimacy as they’ve come from unofficial sources, and they’ve also been taken down from the source where they appeared originally (on Weibo, that is).
Prior to these leaks, Moto Razr V4 got Bluetooth certification a few days back. Certification details also revealed that the device will be a Verizon exclusive in the United States. The expected price is $1,500, but we can’t confirm it until we get some solid evidence from more sources.
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