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Motorola Razr 3 images leaked

Motorola’s new foldable phone changes a lot compared to its predecessors.

Launched in 2019, Motorola Razrt, which revived the design of the foldable mobile phones marketed under the same name in the 2000s, now offers even more diverse capabilities to the smartphone.

The second generation of the phone hit stores next year, but we’re looking forward to continuing from then on. He is the CEO of the Lenovo brand Announced back in JanuaryThe new model is already under development, promising more performance, better design and an updated interface. Thanks to the recent leak, we may already have an idea of ​​what this will look like in practice.

Evan Blass A 91 mobile on a statement The images below, which claim to only show the phone referred to by the press as Razr 3. Remarkably, the design is based on the Samsung Z Flip3 instead of the old Motorola, as the distinctive lower bezel surrounding the foldable top of the device has disappeared. In the first generation Razr, the fingerprint reader was still there, but in the second generation, it was placed on the back, but none of it was really comfortable. Rumor has it that the Razr 3 can actually hide the sensor with the power button, just like the Z Flip3.

plus Previously mentionedThe Razr 3 is powered by Qualcomm’s latest processor, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, with 8/12GB memory and 256/512GB storage options, and an FHD+ imaging screen. You can also get a solution from the Z Flip3, which offers a 50MP (f) wide-angle lens. / 1.8) and a 13-second macro lens on the back, while a 32-megapixel camera is punch-hole inside.

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According to the leak, the phone will debut in China in late July or early August in black and blue (quartz black and calm blue) colors and a global launch shortly thereafter. As always, it is necessary to close the report with only one rumor, so nothing should be taken for granted.

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