If you had a phone in 2004, chances are it was a Motorola RAZR. The iconic phone is the tenth highest sale of all time and marks the culmination of the flip phone era. After the technology has caught up, Lenovo (the parent company of Motorola) wants to bring it back.
According to rumors, Lenovo wants to redesign the old design so that former RAZR users can jump back to talk on the phone like riding a bicycle. And thanks to modern hardware, it becomes much more powerful. We're talking about Android, an OLED display, a USB Type-C port, fast charging, and more. All this while remaining true to the flip design of its predecessor. The Motorola RAZR from 201
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Motorola rebuilds the legendary RAZR with modern hardware. It is now a full-screen clamshell design, made possible by a foldable OLED panel. It will use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 flagship lite processor and will contain a secondary display for interactions when the phone is closed.
The Motorola RAZR is scheduled for release on November 13, 2019 be announced. The event will be held in downtown Los Angeles. There is currently no indication of when pre-orders will be opened or when they will be published. Motorola, however, is expected to release the phone before the end of the year.
- Release Date: Dec. 2019
- Pre-Order Date: November 2019
- Announcement: November 13, 2019
When there were rumors about the new RAZR, one of the first leaks was the price , Given the high cost of other foldable smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Fold, we are pretty confident that the rumored price may prove true. The Motorola RAZR is scheduled to start at $ 1,500.
The leaked images indicate that Lenovo uses a combination of metal, glass and plastic. It seems that the phone uses a plastic OLED panel that can be folded up. The second display is clad in glass and the back cover is made of metal (we suspect aluminum). In terms of color, leaks indicate black, white and gold.
- Frame: Metal (probably Aluminum), Glass
- Finish: Black, White, Gold
We do not know its dimensions or its weight. We also do not know if it will have an official IP rating. According to Wall Street Journal, it will be exclusive to Verizon. We do not know if there will be a GSM unlocked version (working with T-Mobile and AT & T), but I would not rule it out.
- Size: Unknown
- Width: Unknown
- Depth: Unknown
- Weight: Unknown
- Dust / Water Resistance: Unknown  Supported media: Verizon
- Infrared Blaster: Unknown
We do not know the operating temperature, the operating temperature, the relative humidity or the operating altitude.
- Operating temperature: Unknown
- Decommissioning temperature: Unknown
- Relative humidity: Unknown
- Operating altitude: Unknown
As far as software is available they run on Android. Although Android 10 has been unavailable for several months, there is no rumor that the latest version of the operating system is running. We expect that Lenovo may have already optimized the software for Android 9 Pie, as Lenovo wanted to release this phone by the end of the summer of 2019. Even if this is true, you should take a quick route to Android 10, which adds official foldable device support.
Motorola phones typically use a pretty barebones version of Android with a few features and apps that technically convince it "out of stock". However, we expect a slightly heavier skin this time due to the new form factor. When shipped with Android 9 Pie, Motorola needs to extend the foldable design, which is not featured in this version of Android, for compatibility. It may still be in stock, but it will probably be a bit heavier than the Moto G or Z series.
- Using the external ad as a trackpad to scroll through web pages in Chrome when the phone is unfolded.
- Displaying up to six tiles for quick adjustments on the external screen when the phone is open is folded.
- Since there is only one camera (the reversing camera), you'll need to turn the phone over with the screen away from you to take selfies when the phone unfolds. To facilitate this, Lenovo added the ability to tap anywhere on the screen to take the photo, not just the shutter button, and you can zoom up with a swipe. The idea that this should make it easier to take pictures even though the screen is not visible.
- You can see the Google Assistant animation on the outside screen.
- You can use different wallpapers for each display.
- Version: New Motorola Skin for Foldable
Lenovo is doing its best to replicate the legendary phone that currently ranks # 10 of the # 1 selling phones of all time . It will have a 6.2-inch display covering the entire inner part of the phone. It has a resolution of 2142 x 876, which gives 373 ppi. Since it is foldable, it will use an OLED panel for better picture quality and improved contrast.
This large screen acts both as a numeric keypad and as a screen and will likely help bring the phone into modern times in 2004. We expect most apps and videos to appear on the full screen. However, the phone and the messaging app (probably a special mode) use the halves separately.
There is a second display on the back as well as the predecessor. This screen acts as a lock screen and may display information such as notifications, time, date, and events. We do not know much about this display except that it has a resolution of 800×600.
- Screen Size: 6.2 inches (Main Display), Unknown (Secondary Display)
- Screen resolution: 2142 x 876 pixels (Main display), 800 x 600 (Secondary display)
- Total pixels: 1,876,392 pixels (Main display), 480,000 pixels (Secondary display)
- Pixel density: 373 ppi (Main Display), Unknown (Secondary Display)
- Screen Type: OLED (Main Display), Unknown (Secondary Display)
- Notch: Yes
- Screen-to-Body Ratio: Unknown [Minimumresolution: Unknown  Maximum brightness: Unknown
- Refresh rate: 60 Hz (60 Hz for touch detection)  Unknown
- Color scale: [1 9459006] Unknown
Rumors say that the Motorola RAZR will be one of the first US phones to feature the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 700 series uses chipset. As the name implies, it moves right between the Midrange 600 Series and the 800 Series Flagship, providing a flagship-like performance at a lower price.
The Snapdragon 710 includes many of the features you expect from the 800 series, including the Snapdragon X15 LTE model for fast cellular data, support for 802.11ac with MU-MIMO, HDR video playback up to 4K, and support Quick Charge 4+ for faster charging.
It sits just below the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 in GeekBench's single-core and multi-core scores, and has many of the same architecture found in the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. They are paired with 4GB or 6GB DDR4X RAM.
- RAM: 4 GB or 6 GB RAM
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 710
- Chip Size: 10 nanometers
- CPU Frequency: 2.2 GHz [CPUcores: 8 cores
- GPU: Adreno 616
It is rumored that the battery contains 2,730 mAh. Considering the display's lower resolution and the 700 series SoC, it's not much paper, but it makes sense why Lenovo chooses a smaller one. This would keep the thickness down to stick to the RAZR name. Motorola can add the Turbo Power 27W charger to the package for fast charging. We do not know if it supports wireless charging.
- Battery: rechargeable lithium-ion battery
- Capacity: 2.786 mAh, 3.85 volts (10.73 watt hours)
- Yes, either TurboPower 27 W
- Wireless charging: Unknown
We can see in the pictures of the patent that in fact a camera is housed in the top. While there is speculation that the bottom also has a camera, leaked images suggest that this is just the Motorola logo. Therefore, similar to the ASUS ZenFone 6, the same camera is used for front and back.
The front camera seems to have access to it when you close the phone. With the 800×600 resolution as a viewfinder, you can take selfies or make video calls. To take pictures from behind, open the device.
- Resolution: Unknown
- Sensor Size: Unknown
- Aperture: Unknown
- Zoom: Unknown
- Flash: Unknown
- Image Stabilization: Unknown
- RAW support: Unknown
- Lens coverage: Unknown
- Formats: Unknown
We know even less about the performance of his video camera. All we can do is speculate on the limitations of the SoC that were rumored. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 supports up to 4K recordings at 30 fps. Slow motion video is limited to 1080p at 240 fps. However, without knowing the lens or sensor used, the full scope of the camera can not be determined.
- Resolution: 720p, 1080p and 4K
- Maximum Frame Rate: 30 fps for 720p, 60 fps for 1080p, 30 fps for 4K
- Slow Motion: Yes, 1080p at 240 fps
- Time Lapse: Unknown
- Photos: Unknown
- Zoom: Unknown
- Flash Access: Unknown
- Image Stabilization: Unknown
- Object Detection: Unknown
- Audio: Unknown
- Formats: H.264
We do not know anything about the audio at the moment, although it does not seem to have a headphone jack.
- 3.5mm headphone jack: no
- Stereo Speakers: Unknown
- Microphones: Unknown
- Max Volume: Unknown
We do not know if Lenovo will ad d Additional codec support, but the standard codecs supported by Android will be more than enough:
- Audio: MP3, AAC, AAC +, WMA, AMR NB, AMR-WB, WAV, FLAC, APE, OGG, MID, M4A, IMY, AC3, EAC3, EAC3-JOC, AC4, Opus
- Video: MKV, MOV, MP4, H.265 (HEVC ), AVI, WMV, TS, 3GP, FLV, WEBM, HDR10 +, AV1
We do not know which sensors will be included, but we can make an assumption based on others of the Company manufactured cell phones based.
- Sensors: Accelerometer, ambient light, color temperature, compass gyroscope, proximity
We do not yet know which locating technologies are included in the Motorola RAZR.
- GPS: Unknown
- aGPS: Unknown
- Glonass: Unknown
- BeiDou: Unknown
- Galileo: Unknown
- QZSS: Unknown
Based on the SoC we know It can support up to 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5). It should contain NFC for mobile payment and the use of Nano-SIM, but Nether is confirmed. As with all Android flagships, USB Type C should be used for the data port.
- WLAN: 802.11ac MIMO 2×2
- Bluetooth: 5
- NFC: yes  Mobile: Nano-SIM
- Connection: USB Type C
We do not currently know any information about the biometric data used by this device. It seems that the Moto RAZR has no biometrics at all and instead relies on password, PIN and gestures. Lenovo may include an insecure version of the face unlock, but nothing is confirmed.
- Fingerprint Scanner: Unknown
- Face Scanner: No
- Manual Authentication: Password, PIN, Pattern, Swipe
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