Motorola unveiled the renewed Motorola Razr clamshell phone last year in November. The device arrived with a foldable display. However, one of the major gripes of the phone was that it commanded a hefty price tag and was driven by an obsolete SoC. Recent reports have revealed that the Lenovo-owned brand is gearing up to launch a 5G variant of the device. Today, the popular tipster Evan Blass shared the key specs of the Razr 5G.
Last month, Blass had claimed that the Motorola Razr 2 that is codenamed as Odyssey will debut by the end of August. The leaked specs sheet states that the Motorola Razr 5G will be arriving with a native storage of 256 GB and it will be loaded with Android 10 OS.
It will be a dual SIM phone with support for a nano-SIM and an e-SIM. Unlike the last year’s model, the Razr 2 will arrive with support for 5G connectivity.
The original Motorola Razr had a 16-megapixel rear camera and a front-facing snapper of 5-megapixel. The new leak states that the Razr 2’s main camera is upgraded to 48-megapixel and it has a selfie camera has been updated to 20-megapixel.
Past reports have claimed that the Razr 2 will have the Samsung GM1 lens as the primary camera. It will be driven by Snapdragon 765 chipset and a 2,845mAh battery. While it is speculated that the internal and exterior screens will have increased sizes, there are contradictory reports that claim that their dimensions will be the same as the original model. There is no word on the pricing of the second-generation Motorola Razr.