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Motorola’s November invite hints foldable RAZR phone launch

Motorola’s November invite hints foldable RAZR phone launch”

Motorola has started sending out invites to the media for an event on November 13 which will be held in downtown Los Angeles.

Motorola's foldable phone offering is rumored to have a foldable screen, but instead of opening out into a tablet, the phone could fold vertically to fit inside pockets.

The foldable smartphone space has seen interest from Samsung, Huawei and recently Microsoft.

The invite, which you will find attached below, shows a smartphone with a hinge (most likely the Motorola RAZR foldable) being unwrapped and coming to life from a huge and clunky shell. The report reveals that this speculation is based on the invites that they have received regarding a Motorola product launch. Using the same tech found in the displays of the Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X, the phone is expected to ape the design of the insanely popular Razr feature flip phone that came out in 2004. The invite says things like this being the "highly anticipated unveiling of a reinvented icon" and that "You're going to flip" over it.

In late September, a source told CNET that while Motorola had initially planned for a summer release date of its foldable Razr, it's now aiming for later in 2019. On the battery front, it might come with a 2,730 mAh battery.



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