Motorola Razr 3 leaks in short hands-on video showcasing entirely new design
Motorola has already officially confirmed that it's working on a new Razr foldable smartphone, which is going to be the first properly flagship-grade one in the family with its Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC.
Today the device has been leaked in a quick hands-on video (well, it's technically a GIF, but you get the idea). The design seems to have changed a lot compared to the original Razr from 2019 and the Razr 5G from 2020, and the new phone has lost the trademark Razr chin at the bottom - now it resembles Samsung's Flips more than any past Razrs. It also has two main cameras (that's 100% more than before), and a centered hole-punch for the selfie camera on the inner folding screen, which seems to have absolutely no crease in sight.
Hello, Maven. pic.twitter.com/xV7SbQYzrx— Ev (@evleaks) May 24, 2022
The fingerprint scanner is built into the side-mounted power button, and the trademark Razr big external screen is still there, putting to shame the Galaxy Z Flip3's effort. That's about all that this GIF reveals, but the leak floodgates are now open, so we wouldn't be surprised to see the Razr 3 in the news a lot in the coming weeks. Stay tuned.
- 20 Jun 2022
nope. 5G looks better
- 13 Jun 2022
So it's just a Z Flip clone now? Ugh
- 08 Jun 2022