Motorola will release the Razr, their third-generation foldable phone, and we get our first look at it. And we should anticipate a substantial design update this time, which seems like a step forward in the Samsung-dominated market. Take a peek.
The Motorola Razr 3 Could Be Here!
The new Motorola Razr, dubbed “Maven,” has been leaked by popular leakster Evan Blass (via 91Mobiles), and it seems to be the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3. The business looks to be abandoning the iconic Razr shape and removing the chin.
The smartphone seems to have twin rear camera housings, similar to the Z Flip 3, with 50MP (primary camera with f/1.8 aperture) and 13MP (ultra-wide/macro camera) options. It’s another area where Motorola should get up its game to compete with Samsung.
The 32MP selfie camera is believed to be housed in a punch-hole, removing the waterdrop notch. There’s a potential that these little tweaks may result in a far better foldable display for the future Razr 3 than its predecessors! A boxier chassis and a relocated fingerprint scanner, which will be incorporated into the power button, are other modifications.
Motorola is anticipated to produce two models in terms of the phone’s specifications: one with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor and the other with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ processor. However, we’ve heard that the latter will be delayed, so we’ll have to wait and see what Motorola intends to do.
The Motorola Razr 3 might be offered in Quartz Black and Tranquil Blue hues, with 8GB+256GB or 12GB+512GB RAM+Storage options. The Samsung Flip phones are more vibrant, which makes a visual difference! We may anticipate additional fascinating specifications, like quicker charging, possibly support for a high refresh rate, and more, since the firm is taking the high-end path.
In terms of availability, Blass predicts that Motorola will initially debut the upcoming Motorola Razr in China (most likely in late July or early August), followed by the rest of the world. The launch in India is expected to take place later this month. However, Motorola has yet to comment on this, so take these reports with a grain of salt until further official information is released.
A Motorola Rollable Phone, too?
Meanwhile, Evan Blass claims that Motorola is working on a rollable phone called Felix. According to reports, the phone would roll vertically rather than sideways, as with the Oppo and LG rollable phone ideas.
As a result, it will expand to become considerably higher rather than having a larger display area. Android 12 is being used to test the phone. While this sounds exciting, Blass admits that the rollable phone is still in the early stages of development and may not be available for at least a year. As a result, the specifics are likely to vary over time, and it would be better if additional information became available.
So, how do you feel about Motorola’s future foldable and rollable smartphones? Please let us know in the comments section below.