Motorola has not yet officially announced the successor to its Razr folding smartphone, but thanks to some leaks, we can see what its next folding device will look like.
A few hours ago, the well-known leak source Evan Blass posted an animation showing the new Razr in a 360-degree view.
In recent weeks, Blass has shared several images, as well as a logo that seems to confirm that it will be called the Motorola Razr 5G.
The Razr 5G shows no major changes from its predecessor and seems to rely on the same hinge system which hopefully won’t sound as bad as the current one. Motorola seems to have reduced the upper and lower frames of the screen and dispensed with the fingerprint reader.
Its screen appears larger, which would be in line with what we’ve heard so far. Last month, Ross Young, a display industry expert, posted that Motorola is increasing the screen size of its upcoming Razr from 6.2 ″ to 6.7 ″ to match Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip.
The most significant design change is the camera. While the camera already stands out on the current Razr, on the new Razr 5G it seems to stand out even more, especially when viewed from the side.
Specs-wise, it is believed to have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, a 48 MP main camera, and a larger 2,845 mAh battery. Calling itself “Razr 5G”, we can imagine that it will be compatible with 5G networks.