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Motorola Razr Foldable Smartphone Will be Powered by a Mid-Range Snapdragon 710 Chip

A few days back, the folks over at XDA Developers shed some light on the possible software features of Motorola’s upcoming foldable Razr smartphone, codenamed “Voyager”. They have now come up with a new report that reveals some of the smartphone’s key specifications.

Mid-Range Specs

A report published by the Wall Street Journal had already revealed back in January that the first Motorola foldable smartphone will be a resurrection of the company’s iconic Razr phone from the early 2000s. The new report includes a logo that confirms Motorola does indeed have a Razr branded product in the works. However, we still cannot be entirely sure if the phone will actually be marketed as the Motorola Razr or Moto Razr.

According to the new report, the 2019 Motorola Razr foldable smartphone will be powered by a 10nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 octa-core chipset. This is certainly disappointing as the two foldable smartphones launched so far pack flagship-grade internals. Moving on to the memory department, the report claims the phone will be available with 4 or 6GB RAM and 64 or 128GB internal storage. The primary display is tipped to measure 6.20-inches and will offer 876 x 2142 resolution. The “closed” or secondary display, on the other hand, will have a resolution of 600 x 800.

What may also disappoint some of you is that the report suggests the foldable phone will have a 2730mAh capacity battery. However, the information is said to be outdated, which means there is still a possibility of the 2019 Motorola Razr packing a larger battery. Similar to the Moto G7 Plus, the upcoming phone may support up to 27W TurboPower charging. Finally, the report claims the device will come in three colors: white, black, and gold.

The Wall Street Journal report had claimed the phone will start at $1,500 in the US, which means it will be significantly more affordable than the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X. That said, it will still cost a few hundred more than regular flagship smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy S10 and iPhone XS.


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