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Motorola teases November 13th launch for its foldable RAZR phone

Since the end of last year, the rumor mill has been speculating on the arrival of Motorola RAZR foldable phone. It appears that Motorola will finally announce the device in the coming month, as it has confirmed a launch event on November 13th. The invite shared by the company appears to show the older RAZR V3 shedding of its body to reveal a new foldable design.

The invite carries phrases like “you’re going to flip” and “highly anticipated unveiling of a reinvented icon”. Motorola hasn’t revealed the name of the device that will be announced on November 13th. However, the taglines and GIF image suggest that the company will be launching the rumored RAZR foldable phone on the said date.

Moto RAZR specifications and features 

Image credit: Yanko Design

Past reports have revealed that the upcoming RAZR foldable phone will sport a clamshell design featuring an elongated 6.2-inch OLED bendable display with a resolution of 876 x 2,142 pixels. When the device is opened, its hinge won’t be visible since it will be placed under the display. It could feature a notch for its front camera.

The outer cover of the phone is expected to sport a smaller outer display and a main camera. The second display may allow users to check notifications without opening the device. The phone’s rear will possibly feature a fingerprint sensor embedded under the Moto batwing logo.

Rumours suggest that the Motorola RAZR will be driven by the Snapdragon 710 octa-core processor. The handset may arrive in 4GB and 6GB RAM variants, and it could be available in 64GB and 128GB internal storage choices. The foldable phone may draw power from a 2,730mAh battery. There are no details available on the camera configurations of the foldable phone.

Motorola RAZR Pricing and Availability

In the US, the Moto RAZR is expected to be exclusively available through Verizon Wireless. It could be priced at €1,500 (~Rs 1.18 lakh) in Europe and it may release in December after its November announcement. There is no word yet on whether the phone’s arrival in India.

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