Weeks after image renders of Motorola’s foldable RAZR smartphone made its way online, the brand’s parent company, Lenovo, has released now a short product video of the product. The video shows the titular device in all its glory, complete with rotating 360° view.
Before you proceed further, it should be pointed out that the video and the rendered images are not technically official. The 33-seconds video was, in fact, an edited fan render of what the finished product could possibly be, and it’s likely that Lenovo itself shared the video. On account of how polished it actually looks.
For what its worth, the video render does look like the real deal; it shows the phone’s unfolding motion in action, plus some scrolling action on both the main display and mini display that is found on the upper half of the device.
Motorola isn’t the first brand to adopt or design a foldable smartphone based around a flexible display. Lest we forget, both Samsung and Huawei are two brands to have adopted the technology with their respective Galaxy Fold and Mate X. The former device’s launch having been delayed indefinitely due to some relatively severe design issues.
Speculations about the Motorola RAZR is still running high; earlier reports have suggested that the device could run on a mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC. Further, early renders of the device also suggest that the phone will sport a USB-C port, along with a 3.5mm headphone jack.
As we’ve done in the past, we do advise you to take this bit of news with a liberal dousing of scepticism until the official announcement of the device.