Motorola rumoured to join the rise of fold-able tech with the ‘Razr V4’

Nostalgic about your first flip phone? Once the notorious producer of the classic Razr, Motorola is rumoured to be re-inventing the range to introduce a fold-able addition. Just as Samsung and Royole have show-cased their fold-able devices this year, Motorola is rumoured to introduce the Razr V4. This means you’ll be able to watch movies, play games, complete your presentations and more, on a far larger display than ever before on a smartphone device, while being able to fold away for optimum convenience.

Motorola Razr

Left to Right: Motorola Razr, Yanko Design concept of Razr V4

In contrast to the Samsung Galaxy Fold that opens and closes like a book, the Razr V4 is speculated to feature a clam-shell design to which a fold-able OLED display is embedded. Rumours suggest the new device will incorporate a fingerprint sensor and dual cameras, while folding down to just 7.5mm! The Razr resembles the iconic flip design of the original handset, including the secondary screen on the outside of the casing for a quick time check and convenient notifications.

Motorola Patent Design acquired in December 2018 – WIPO Global Design Database

Rumoured specs continue to impress with suggestions that Motorola will employ the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 system-on-a-chip coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, alongside a second version offering 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. It’s likely the Razr V4 will be released by May in order to keep up with competitors. Check back at the CMM Blog for updates.