Motorola has stated that a flagship-grade foldable phone powered by the recently revealed Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU will be released shortly. The teaser campaign has officially begun, and leaks have become increasingly regular.
The most recent leak reveals a hands-on video for the impending foldable, providing an excellent look from several perspectives. Evan Blass, a well-known leaker, provided the information.
The next Moto Razr boasts several notable differences from prior versions, according to the video. The phone resembles a Galaxy Z Flip now that the characteristic Razr chin has been removed. There are now two primary cameras on the rear, just underneath a more prominent outer display. The inner screen also looks to be more significant.
Instead of a broad notch, there is a punch-hole selfie camera, and the display bezels are also smaller. There is no display wrinkle, and the fingerprint sensor is located on the side atop the power button.
Galaxy Z flip’s Rival
That concludes the video disclosures, but we anticipate seeing more material soon after the teaser campaign has begun. The Moto Razr 3 (tentative name) is scheduled to become official in June, although there has been no confirmation. The device is believed to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4.
A powerful chip
Even with the quality and reputation of the source, we wouldn’t necessarily accept this as confirmation right now. The most current Motorola Razr 2020 came with a mid-range Snapdragon 765G CPU, so it would be a significant step up if Motorola included the most advanced chipset available in this new iteration.