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Moto Razr foldable phone’s design allegedly leaked via patent filing

23 January 2019 4

A few days back we heard that Lenovo owned Motorola may revive in the nostalgic Moto Razr phone in a futuristic foldable avatar. This nostalgia could be pricey though with a rumored price of almost $1500. Though the phone is still in works and may take some time before its launch. Apart from Motorola, Samsung, LG, and Huawei are also working on one such phone with Samsung’s phone is very close to a launch.


Apart from the price, we’ve just come across patent images of what seems to be the upcoming Moto Razr foldable phone. The entry which was filed recently by Motorola shows the iconic chin and the hinge reminiscent of the good old Moto Razr. The design suggests that the device could have a tall display which can fold in half.


Lenovo is planning to deploy two display units one at the inner side and a smaller one on the outside, on the top half. The second display could show important notifications needing to open the main display. The inner or larger display despite being such a large one may still have a notch at the top housing the speakers.

The inner design doesn’t reveal a camera which on the outer shell there seem to be two circular shapes one of which could be a Moto logo or a fingerprint sensor while the other one could be a rear camera. There is no official word about the specifications or the launch, however, we may get to hear something around MWC this year.

What do you think about this design? I, for sure, want one, how about you?


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