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Lenovo-owned Motorola is reportedly coming up with a smartphone with a full-length folding screen that might be branded as the Moto Razr. It has been leaked that Motorola’s upcoming foldable device – codenamed “Voyager” – will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor, as reported by XDA Developers. Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 has eight cores built on the company’s customized Kryo 360 architecture coupled with Qualcomm’s Adreno 616 GPU.
While the Razr marketing name is confirmed, the branding is speculated to be Moto Razr or Motorola Razr. The claim is that Motorola will launch this phone on Verizon in the United States market.
According to the report, the Motorola Razr or Moto Razr will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset with Adreno 616 and 4GB or 6GB of RAM. It’s been said to come in two different storage models of 64GB or 128GB. The battery capacity could be 2,730mAh with the support of Motorola’s 27W TurboPower charging like the Motorola Moto G7 Plus.
The Razr foldable smartphone will be coming with dual display. The 6.2-inch primary display which can be folded comes with 876 x 2142 pixels resolution. The outer (or secondary) display will be coming with 600 x 800 pixels resolution. As of now, the screen size of the secondary display is unknown. The earlier reports also suggest only limited apps can take advantage of this secondary display.
In January, a patent filed by Motorola revealed a smartphone with a full-length folding screen and the clamshell form factor, giving the impression that Moto Razr is making a return. Although it is not confirmed whether the device will be branded as Razr or not.
We are excited to see how the Motorola is going to perform in the foldable display era. Personally, we have always loved the Motorola designs back in the 90s. We are looking forward to this one too.
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