The foldable phone era had a bad start. When the rumors started that Moto was reviving the Razr and showing a curvy line, this seemed a dubious suggestion at best. Just recently, an alleged leaked image of the aforementioned Razr reboot came online, and some of these fears were quickly calmed down, since at least the new Razr looks really smooth, at least in this one image.
The leaked image, first discovered by SlashLeaks, features a phone that looks like a very faithful replica of the popular flip phone from the early 2000s, except that it has a display at the top and a T9 at the bottom. Keypad has The interior of the new Razr has been updated with a new flexible display that spans the entire length of the phone.
It seems that Moto has even kept the Razr's somewhat bulky but distinctive chin, which actually looks a bit thicker than what one would find on an original Razr. At the top of the display is a new notched cutout for the earpiece of the new Razr. However, it does not seem to be a selfie cam inside the phone, or at least none that is instantly recognizable, which would certainly be a brave choice.
Based on what we heard in advance With the new version of Razr, there is a good chance that the end product will look like this. Motorola did not ask Gizmodo's request for a comment immediately.
The dimensions of the redesigned Razr screen also seem to find a good balance between foldability and size, with the phone remaining somewhat in the range of a traditional aspect ratio of 18: 9 or possibly 21: 9. This could make the new Razr less bulky than other bendy phones like the Galaxy Fold with a 4.2: 3 aspect ratio and the Huawei Mate X with an even more angular 8: 7.1 format.
But perhaps the most interesting thing about the leaked Razr image is the hinge in the center of the phone, which looks much thinner than anything we've seen on a foldable phone, given the problems Samsung has with the Galaxy Fold far.
Not only are there big concerns about the durability of folding phones. The Razr's biggest concern is that the Razr, if it has a gap like the Galaxy Fold, can turn off the slim and seemingly awful phone pocket size. As shown in a tech demo with some smart jacketing released by Sharp earlier this month, it may be possible to at least hide the gap to create a sleeker, sleeker design.
This is because, unlike Samsung Galaxy Fold or Huawei Mate X, the updated Razr does not really try to be a device that offers users a very large screen. Instead, it goes the other way by offering something much smaller and more portable than today's glass tile handsets, but it can be unfolded to offer something with a "normal-sized" screen.
The other important feature This leaked image does not show up when the new Razr, like the original, has a screen on the outside of the phone. However, based on the similarity of the design for restarting Razr compared to the original, this seems to be a pretty safe bet.
However, with earlier rumors that Motos Razr reboot could cost about $ 1,500, this is a question that may call for increased pocket ability. But based on what we've seen from this leaked image, Moto can make a foldable Razr that looks and works as advertised, even at an expensive price; there are certainly a handful of people opting for a newly developed flip Phone upgraded with the best technology of 2019.