Motorola Razr Foldable Phone Launch Imminent Suggests Bluetooth SIG Listing
Motorola is soon expected to launch the modern avatar of its flip phone, the Moto Razr from the year 2004. There have been rumblings about a contemporary foldable Moto Razr for quite some time – some of it directly from the company. The upcoming smartphone was previously speculated to launch in the month of February, which apparently did not happen. However, a fresh listing of the Moto Razr on the Bluetooth SIG website suggests that its launch is imminent.
Bluetooth SIG, short for Bluetooth Special Interest Group is the standards organisation that supervises the development of Bluetooth standards and the licensing of the Bluetooth technologies to manufacturers. It is mandatory for smartphone OEMs to get its devices certified with the organisation before they are launched. Consequently, the fresh listing of the Moto Razr suggests that its launch is imminent. In accordance with past claims, the listing also reveals, the upcoming smartphone will initially be offered via the Verizon telecom provider from the US.
Motorola Razr Features and Price
Although the Bluetooth SIG does not reveal any specifications of the Moto Razr, they were leaked in the past. The upcoming smartphone will reportedly feature a 6.2 inch OLED inner display that has a pixel density of 2142 x 876 px. It will also have a smaller cover display that has a pixel density of 800 x 600 px. The smartphone will be kitted with the Snapdragon 710 SoC which consists of an Octa-Core CPU and Adreno 616 GPU.
The upcoming foldable Moto Razr will reportedly be powered by a 2730 mAh battery which will support fast charging. In terms of memory and storage, it will be available in two storage options which are as follows:
- 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM
- 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM
The official price of the handset will only be publicised at the time of its official launch. However, past reports claim that it will be priced at US$ 1200 (Rs. 83,544). Making it significantly more affordable in comparison to other foldable smartphones including the Samsung Galaxy Fold and the Huawei Mate X.