Motorola RAZR Leak (2019) confirms a dream design!
After talking about the possible arrival of a Motorola RAZR to integrate the segment of folding smartphones, has now emerged the first leak of the so anticipated smartphone. After the great device created around the problems presented by the media Samsung Galaxy Fold. Motorola is preparing a totally different approach to this new type of design.
While the vast majority of manufacturers are betting on a tablet that doubles up to reach smartphone dimensions. The Motorola RAZR (2019) will be a smartphone that doubles, with the goal of becoming even more discreet.
The images published today by SlashLeaks show us in the front panel design of the new RAZR, as well as its box and its contents. The design follows the main lines that have made the original RAZR one of the most popular mobile phones ever, maintaining the ‘shell’ format.
What to expect from this Motorola RAZR (2019)
When opened, this smartphone features a large, rather elongated display. Recalling a little, Sony’s latest approach with the launch of Xperia 1. At the top of the screen we can see a notch present, which curiously does not appear to have integrated any front camera.
At its lower end is a large margin where some of its hardware components are likely to be concentrated. Although not the most attractive detail of this foldable smartphone, it seems to present itself as an acceptable ‘less positive’ point, considering the final result.
Unfortunately, these images do not give us a clear view of your rear panel. Still, you can see that the photo module will be centered on the top of your rear, while below will have the manufacturer’s logo. When it came to his photographic abilities, no details were revealed.
Although you can not see in the images, you should expect to have at least one small screen on the rear panel. This would give you basic information about notifications without having to open your smartphone. According to the contents of its box, the presence of a 3.5mm Jack audio adapter confirms the absence of support for traditional headphones.