Motorola Razr foldable phone set to launch today: Expected specifications and more

Joanna Estrada
November 14, 2019

They show the handset from various angles both folded and unfolded, and they match up with other leaked Motorola Razr images we've seen.

Motorola is hosting an event Wednesday night in Los Angeles where it is expected to introduce a new foldable Razr smartphone. As is often the case with unreleased smartphones, these FCC "leaks" often give us a great look at what we can expect when the product begins shipping. The image looks identical to renders that leaked in late October. Verizon will let you pay off the Motorola Razr in installments, spreading out monthly payments of $62.49 over two years.

The FCC, which approves mobile devices for use in the United States, often shares images to document that phones are in compliance with its testing.

The big selling point of the Moto Razr will be the clamshell design which might make it less fragile than Galaxy Fold or Mate X. The new phone from Motorola might be slightly cheaper than the Galaxy Fold.

Today, the FCC listing of this upcoming Motorola razr device went public and it has revealed several images and details about the device.

The new Razr is expected to cost $1,500 and run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 710 processor with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of storage. That external screen is too small to fully display apps, so that's out, but I'd love to access quick controls for say, my Hue lights, or sift through the first few tweets in my timeline.

Motorola did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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