Just hours from the expected launch of Razr, Motorola's folding and flexible screen phone, new filtered images have been released, giving us a better idea of the final design of this device, which features a retro and modern design.
This time, the images revealed were initially included in a certification from the Federal Communications Commission. The MySmartPrice publication was the first to discover the documents, which show images of the phone from all angles, giving us a better look at its inner folding screen, as well as a second screen that is on the outside of the phone.
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It seems that the company has remained very close to the iconic design of the original Razr, a device that was the first mobile phone of a large number of users globally. In the lower part of the phone there is an edge, just like the classic Razr, except that you can see a small button that we hope will contain the fingerprint sensor, although another purpose may be dedicated since the front fingerprint sensors are increasingly unusual
If you turn your attention to the section of the roof, you can see that there is a bump on the edge that is possibly for the camera. From this angle, it seems to have only one lens and, therefore, it could be a selfie camera. The open top reveals the reflective surface of the screen, which is expected to extend from the bottom to the top of the phone when it is open.
Of course, this is not the first time that images are filtered. At the end of October, the well-known @evleaks published a photo on Twitter that seems to have come from promotional material for the press, showing the classic form of a flip-phone slightly open and resting in the palm of one hand. The remarkable thing in this case is the size of the phone, since it is very compact, especially since it seems to be clearly a female hand that is holding the device.