Motorola Razr 3: Maven prototype leaks again in hands-on video ahead of July anticipated release
Evan Blass has shared more information about 'Maven', a foldable smartphone that Motorola is expected to release as the Razr 3. Previously, the leaker published two hands-on photos of Maven, highlighting design similarities with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3. Additionally, Blass reported that the Razr 3 would be available with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipsets, to which Motorola has hinted on Chinese social media.
Subsequently, Ross Young claimed that the Razr 3 will have a 6.7-inch interior display that Blass expects will operate at 1080p. Now, Blass has published a short video of the Razr 3, embedded below. Seemingly, the Razr 3 has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner that sits beneath two volume buttons. Incidentally, Blass notes that Motorola has reduced the visibility of the display crease from the Razr 5G to the Razr 3, although we would recommend waiting until retail units arrive before passing judgement.
Unfortunately, the video does not contain a clear leak at the cover display. Purportedly, the display will measure 3-inches across, albeit with thick top and side bezels. Moreover, Blass claims that the Razr 3 will have 50 MP primary and 13 MP ultra-wide-angle cameras, along with a 32 MP sensor located beneath a punch-hole in the device's foldable display. Allegedly, Motorola will announce the Razr 3 in China in late July or August; Blass has not provided a global launch window yet.