Last year, Motorola launched its revamped Razr smartphone with a flexible OLED display.
The phone was enthusiastically received by the public although, despite its price of 1,600 euros, it had lower specifications than other flagships, it did not have a SIM card compartment (it only supports eSIM) and its construction raised some doubts.
Now it seems that the company has decided to launch its successor and is preparing the new RAZR 2020, which has just been leaked thanks to the well-known source Evan Blass.
According to Blass, the new phone is also known as the RAZR 5G and, if you follow in the footsteps of its predecessor, it may have a Snapdragon 765G SoC chip with 5G connectivity instead of the more powerful Snapdragon 865.
The renderings show a silver-colored phone that closely resembles the device released in 2019. It is expected to feature a flexible 6.2-inch Flex View P-OLED display, as well as a secondary Quick View G-OLED display of 2, 7 inches.
We also expect it to feature improved cameras compared to its predecessor, which featured a 5MP front camera and a 16MP rear camera. Now we could see a 20MP front camera and a rear camera with a 48 megapixel Samsung GM1 sensor.
The new RAZR 2020 has recently been certified in China showing the presence of 18W fast charging compared to 15W from its predecessor. The Razr 5G is also expected to house a 2,845mAh battery vs. the Razr 4G’s 2,510mAh battery.
The Motorola Razr 2 will arrive in September, as confirmed by a company executive a few months ago.