A few days ago, we saw the leaked images of a new Moto RAZR foldable phone, which looks familiar to the classic Moto RAZR lineup. Now a Live image of the Moto RAZR foldable phone surfaced online.
The live image of the Moto RAZR foldable phone has been shared by Slashleaks today. The live image of the phone includes an unfolded state of the phone. The phone in the image looks like a regular phone with a big bottom chin, which consists of a fingerprint sensor button. At the top of the unfolded screen, there is a notch. From the image, it is impossible to say whether its a speaker or a front camera.
The phone no doubt looks beautiful like what Motorola’s Previous RAZR looks like. Moreover, with this live image, it’s also not possible to observe the crease in the middle of the foldable screen. No front image of the phone has been shared, so can’t really explain the secondary display.
In terms of specifications, the new Moto RAZR will likely be a whole midrange affair, sporting Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 710 with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It’ll likewise include just a single camera according to renders, far brief of the two to three sensing units even the most affordable mobile phones these days come with.
The phone is likely to be official on 13 November. So we have to wait till then unless there are any further leaks of the phone.