The leaked Motorola Razr 3 specs: enough to titillate the market leaders?

Motorola Razr 3 specs leaked

The market of smartphones Folders is booming, with Samsung and its Z Flip
and Z Fold. Still, Motorola was one of the first manufacturers to step in. The American manufacturer has not said its last word and is preparing to launch the third generation of folding smartphones.

This time, Motorola would have nothing to envy its competitors with a Motorola Razr 3 specs


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New details on the Motorola Razr 3 specs

Motorola does not intend to repeat its mistakes. A pioneer of the folding smartphone market, the American manufacturer had suffered a number of criticisms with its first generations, which did not convince due to a too high price and an average technique. According to site sources XDA Developers, the Motorola Razr 3 could nevertheless become a serious competitor of the other flagships of the market.

Motorola’s next folding smartphone would feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, Qualcomm’s new SoC for high-end phones. The processor would be supported by 6 to 12 GB of RAM, and 128 to 512 GB of storage as well as Ultra Wide Band (UWB) compatibility. This technology is found in particular, which makes it possible to locate the device with precision, on the iPhone.

Another detail put forward by the site, the Motorola Razr 3 would have an AMOLED FHD + main screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Details bode well for Motorola, but which remain for the moment in the state of rumors.

The Moto Razr 2019 is available now, and the Razr 5G will be available in 2020. The 8GB+256GB edition of the Moto Razr 5G is available in India for Rs 89,999. The smartphone was previously available for Rs 1,09,000 online, but it is now available for Rs 89,999 on Flipkart. In India, the older Moto Razr is available for Rs 54,999. The 6GB+128GB edition of the smartphone was previously available for Rs 74,999.

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Source: Android Authority