On the eve of the launch, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) exposed Moto Razr’s extensive “document photo” and authentication information, giving us a more comprehensive understanding of this classic folding-screen smartphone. First revealed by MySmartPrice, this batch of officially certified photos shows the various angles of the Moto Razr new machine, such as a collapsible inner screen with Aoki notches and an external secondary display.
(Pictured: FCC / Moto, via TheVerge)
The FCC has revealed little new content compared to the spy photos leaked last month. The good news is that this time we finally saw the bottom details of the Moto Razr folding screen flipper.
The bottom of the machine has a USB Type-C charging/data port, but the 3.5mm audio jack is cut off. Slightly surprisingly, the phone hinges seem to extend a lot from the side.
(Via Slash Gear)
However, MySmartPrice points out that the machines shown in the photos may be just pre-production samples, and that the real machines may differ slightly in the details of their form.
As for the small button at the bottom of the screen, many speculated that it might be the home key, an entity that integrates the fingerprint sensor function.
Please also wait for the official release as to the design of the machine and whether the external screen supports touch (or simply displays notification information).