The foldable Motorola Razr gets alleged new live image leaks
Motorola is slated to bring its Razr sub-brand back in a way that will also (appropriately enough) harness the foldable revolution. However, this device still lacks for an official launch date: there are indications that the Lenovo-owned company may have had at least one false start in this respect. Nevertheless, there is now more evidence that it has a final product to present when the time comes, at least.
Evan Blass has kicked the Razr rumor mill off again with new live images purporting to show the upcoming foldable in more detail. They appear to confirm the theory that this phone is to be a clamshell, rather than the book-like form factors of the Huawei Mate X or Samsung Galaxy Fold. Furthermore, they show its front view when closed. It appears to have a small secondary display located above what may be a single main camera.
The bottom edge of the new foldable also exhibits a feature that resembles a home button, but may also activate a mechanism to open the phone. When unfolded, the new Razr (or, as Evan Blass now insists, razr) appears to double its length compared to its "closed" mode. The internal screen is also shown, and seems to assume a conventional aspect ratio and what may be an angular notch for sensors.
Blass' new post has been followed up by the release of similar images on the part of MobielKopen and SlashLeaks. They all appear to be in consensus as to the looks and form factor of the new "razr". Unfortunately, neither leak volunteers any fresh information on the foldable phone's specs, price or release date.