Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Brand new concept: Moto’rolla’ble phone

Motorola is developing its first rollable phone, codenamed Felix.


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Motorola should soon introduce a new generation of folding phones, which should be called the Motorola Razr 3. This device is codenamed Maven, but it seems that it will not be the most anticipated Motorola folding phone. It could be a phone codenamed Felix. What kind of phone will Felix be?

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Well-known leaker Evan Blass, reporting for the 91mobiles portal, stated that the phone codenamed Felix will be a phone that can be “rolled up” or pulled out, but not as we saw with Opp’s concept of this phone or LG’s unrepresented LG Rollable.

Thus, Blass reports that Motorola’s “rollable” phone will differ from others in that it will not be pulled out horizontally to become a tablet-sized device. Instead, it will be pulled out or “wound” vertically, thus becoming a phone of the usual size.


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This means that Motorola will follow the concept of a pocket phone, similar to the one it already offers with the Motorola Razr phone.

This leaker conveys that the phone is still in development. Allegedly, the company is currently testing the software, and a prototype phone has not been made yet. According to this information, it is inevitable that this phone will not see the light of day in the near future.

Motorola Razr 3 Specifications

In addition, Evan Blass also shared some information about the Motorola Razr 3 phone, which will arrive this year. So he conveys that this phone will have upgraded cameras on the back – 50 MP f / 1.8 primary sensor and 13 MP macro and ultra-wide sensor. Reportedly, the Motorola Razr 3 will be powered by the strongest chip from Qualcomm – Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, paired with 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal storage.







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