According to a news story on Motorola's rumored follow-up to its foldable phone, the Motorola Razr 3 may receive a big power bump.
The Razr 3 is expected to forego the notch in favor of a punch-hole cutout, as its predecessors did. Aside from that, the phone is said to include several connectivity options, including UWB (ultrawide-band) and NFC. The phone's display will be a foldable AMOLED panel with a high refresh rate of 120Hz. The secondary display's screen size and resolution are currently unknown. Technik News revealed earlier this month that the Razr 3 is codenamed, Maven. According to the source, it would also include a foldable display with Full HD+ resolution.
The Motorola Razr is a flip phone with a foldable display that allows you to expand the phone completely for a full-screen experience. The Snapdragon 710 processor was used in the original release in late 2019, which was unimpressive for such a high-priced handset. For the follow-up Razr, Motorola went with a Snapdragon 765G processor, but it still fell short of the finest foldable phones.
The Razr 3 will include a 50MP OV50A OmniVision primary camera, as well as a 13MP ultrawide and macro lens. There will also be a 32MP OmniVision camera for selfies and video calls. The primary and front shooters can capture 120fps FHD slow-motion footage and 60fps 4K UHD videos.
It suggests that the device will be backed by a 2,800mAh battery.
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