The Motorola Razr used to be one of the hottest subjects of the moment until recently.
The device appears to have rapidly fallen out of the public radar, either because the company hasn’t attended any events happening currently that would help them boost popularity.
Also, Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip and Z Fold2 have stolen the spotlights lately.
Motorola is working on a small update of the Razr with 5G support being the main focus.
In May, Lenovo (Motorola’s parent company) stated that a 5G version of the device would be available in September of 2020.
The timeline appears to hold firm, as some images of the 5G Razr were leaked online.
The device looks nearly identical to its predecessor, with its iconic broad chin at the bottom and a small display on the outside for quick notifications checking.
The leaker also revealed that the device would pack the upper-midrange Snapdragon 765G chipset, which is available in the OnePlus Nord (and likely Google Pixel 5).
The phone will probably pack a 48MP rear camera, 20MP front camera, and a 2,800 mAh battery.
In contrast, the first Razr had a 16MP primary camera, 5MP front lens, and a 2,510 mAh battery.
Though battery size has increased, it is believed that the phone’s weight has decreased by approximately 15 grams, which is noticeable when you hold the device in your hand or keep it in your pocket for a few hours.
We are excited to see Motorola launch the refreshed version of the Razr. It feels like only yesterday, they announced the first Razr foldable smartphone, and everybody went crazy instantly.
Stay tuned for more updates!