The Motorola Razr is meant to be announced today, which is still 13 November for those in the US. But before the phone goes through its official unveiling, it has gone through one last leak, giving us the best look of the phone yet. This time, the leak came courtesy of the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The FCC listing essentially shows the phone from every viewable angle leaving little surprises left where external features are concerned. Shots from the front finally confirm the earlier leak that the Motorola Razr will indeed feature a foldable display. New shots showing the bottom of the phone also reveals that the Razr will come with a USB-C charging port.
All that said, there are a number of oddities to note. One is the prominent protrusion of the hinges. MySmartPrice, the first to spot the FCC listing, states that this could be a shots of a pre-production sample. Hopefully this is true, and the consumer unit looks more polished.
There’s also the matter of the button on the bottom chin of the Razr. As of now, there’s no indication as to what it does, though chances are it’s a home button / fingerprint sensor hybrid. The front of the phone when folded comes with a single camera, but the reflective finish makes it difficult to tell if there will indeed be another display here.
At any rate, the Motorola Razr is slated to be launched today. It won’t be long before the company reveals all of the phone’s details.