Ready for another foldable smartphone? Motorola has sent out invites to an event in downtown Los Angeles, which is set to feature a "highly anticipated unveiling of a reinvented icon". They also promise that "You're going to flip", and with plenty of hints, it seems certain that Motorola will be revealing the Motorola Razr, their very own foldable smartphone.
Before this, a source had informed CNET that while Motorola had initially planned for a summer release date of its foldable Razr, it's now aiming for later in 2019. In fact, they were initially looking at a December or January 2020 release. The rumoured device follows Samsung's Galaxy Fold, which hit shelves in the US last month, and possibly Huawei's Mate X, which has yet to go on sale.
Motorola's foldable phone will be able to fold vertically to fit inside pockets, similar to flip phones rather that opening out into a tablet. The device is expected to measure 6.2 inches, run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor and have a 2,730mAh battery, 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GM or 128GB of storage.
It's also been reported that the phone will cost USD$1500 (~MYR6275) and will come with the colour options of white, black and gold. All this will likely be confirmed on November 13.