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Two New Motorola Razr Foldable Smartphones Leaked

We are getting close, with more news leaking that Motorola is set to re-enter the foldable market shortly, with two versions of a brand new Razr both will come with a triple camera rig.

In Australia 11% of Samsung’s overall sales are foldable smartphones, with their Z Flip and Fold models carving out share due to a lack of competition in this category.

Now they face new competition with Motorola the Lenovo owned brand set to roll out two new models that are designed for the premium end of the smartphone market. the Motorola Razr is likely to have an edge with a bigger display on the front.

The original Motorola Razr pioneered foldable smartphones getting to #1 in Australia with the new offering tipped to be a total design and hardware makeover from the last model that was rushed into the market and failed.

Up until now, Motorola has stayed away from packing a flagship system on a chip now consumers are set to be offered two variants, one powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and the other by the yet-to-be-launched Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus chipset.

On the rear will be a triple-camera system that includes a 50MP, f/1.8 primary shooter alongside a combination 13MP wide-angle and macro sensor.

The front will house a 32MP selfie camera.

The downside is that it will only have an FHD+ resolution display.

Under the bonnet will be 8GB or 12GB of RAM and 256GB or 512GB internal storage options.

the bad news is that Lenovo who have become a key partner of the Chinese Communist Government will initially launch the new device in China, with a global rollout set to follow.

The new Razr devices will be available in two colours Quartz Black and Tranquil Blue.

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