Motorola is coming up with its own version of a foldable smartphone that might be branded as the Moto Razr. It has been leaked that the smartphone–codenamed “Voyager”–will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC, as reported by XDADevelopers.
The Snapdragon 710 processor from Qualcomm has eight cores built on the company’s customized Kryo 360 architecture coupled with Qualcomm’s Adreno 616 GPU. The report also reveals that the device will be made available in two variants: 4GB RAM with 64GB storage and 6GB RAM with 128GB storage.
The report adds that the device will be backed up by a 2,730mAh battery, which is lower compared to some of the other foldable phones that have launched in recent past. The Galaxy Fold, for instance, has a 4,380 mAh battery.
XDADevelopers also adds that the primary display of the device will be 6.2-inch OLED display with 2142×876 resolution. When closes, the secondary display will have a resolution of 800×600. The size of the secondary display is not known as of now.
The device will be available in three color options: White, Black, and Gold, according to the report. Motorola has redesigned the Razr logo, nevertheless, the name and launch date of the device is still unknown.
In January, Motorola filed a patent for a smartphone with a full-length folding screen revealing a clamshell form factor, hinting at a return of Razr from Motorola.
A few days ago it was reported that the second screen on the Motorola’s foldable device will not have access to the Android Experience when the flip is closed. Motorola might restrict the number of apps that can access the secondary display.
According to a report, pre-installed system apps like Moto Display (can show a clock, pulsing notifications, and media controls), Moto Actions and the Moto Camera app will have the access to the flipped screen. The first report from The Wall Street Journal stated that the foldable device from Motorola may be priced at $1500 (approx ₹1,06,805).