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Motorola Razr foldable phone gets Bluetooth certification

15 April 2019 2

A lot of brands are working on a foldable smartphone and some may have already unveiled their maiden devices already. Strangely, its Motorola’s foldable smartphone s slowly and steadily gathering momentum, thats to its unique design. We’ve been hearing a lot about the design of the upcoming phone and rumours suggest that Motorola is trying to revive the old Moto Razr charm in a new avatar.

Lenovo has only mentioned that it is working on a foldable phone and did not commit about the Razr branded device. It is rumoured that the upcoming phone could be priced around USD1500. Now, like any other unreleased smartphone, this upcoming phone has started to get mandatory certifications


Its during one such certification a new Motorola smartphone with a model number Razr XT2000-1 has been listed on Bluetooth Launch Studio’s website for relevant certifications. While the company has earlier carefully avoided using the Razr name for their foldable device, this listing talks about a Motorola Razr phone for Verizon Wireless in the US.

The listing does not reveal any other specification of the device, however, previous leaks and rumours suggest that the Moto Razr foldable phone may come with a Snapdragon 710 SoC, a vertically foldable design reminiscent of the good old Moto Razr with secondary display on the outer clamshell.


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Motorola Razr foldable phone gets Bluetooth certification
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PrarthanaDhumane

Well, Lenovo hasn't particularly talked about the Razr branded phone but just vaguely mentioned one. But it's the Bluetooth certification that has spilled the beans?

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