In collaboration with the 91mobiles portal, Renowned leaker Evan Blass posted photos of the phone codenamed Maven. Namely, it is a prototype of the third generation Motorola Razr, which should, among other things, come with significant visual changes.
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At first glance at Blass’s photographs, one can immediately see that the upcoming Razr lacks the recognizable “chin” that his predecessors proudly had. Namely, the design is more “square,” and the absolute novelty is two cameras – the main one of 50 MP and the ultra-wide one of 13 MP with macro camera features.
The fingerprint sensor has changed its position, so it is located on the power button, probably on the side of the phone. Recall that the 2019 Razr had a fingerprint sensor on its “chin,” while the 2020 model had it on the back.
Blass says the new Razr 3 comes with an FHD + internal display with a 32 MP front camera. Motorola will reportedly release a standard version of the Razra 3 with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and another powerful version likely to be powered by Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship SoC. It is assumed that both models will come with up to 12 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of internal memory.
The release date is not known, but it is mentioned that Motorola could present the new Razr as early as the summer.