Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing showed off the Motorola Razr phone at Lenovo’s 2019 Innovation and Technology Conference this morning. The machine continues the classic flip design of the Motorola Razr V3, while using the latest folding screen technology, which provides a new way of thinking for the development of folding-screen phones and also arouses live media onlookers.
Sergio Buniac, Motorola’s president, says Motorola has 30 years of experience in flip phones, and for Razr 2019, the design and development team has completely rethink.
According to officials, Motorola’s Razr hinge technology, a collaboration between the Lenovo YOGA team and the Motorola mobile phone research and development team, screened 26 folding hinge schemes before the final plan was finalized.
Unlike Huawei and Samsung’s folding-screen phones, The Motorola Razr does not adopt the concept of “mobile phone tablets”, but inherits the traditional flip phone design to make normal-sized smartphones smaller and easier to carry by folding them.
From the official pic, the 6.2-inch collapsible OLED flexible screen folds diagonally along the horizontal axis and unfolds into a normal-sized smartphone, which is only half the size of a regular phone.
The Motorola Razr replaces the traditional T9 keyboard and LCD small screen with a 21:9 6.2-inch (2142 x 876 pixel) collapsible OLED flexible screen. It also comes with a 2.7-inch OLED exterior (600 x 800 pixels) for quick viewing of notifications, music control and selfies.
In terms of core specifications, the Motorola Razr is equipped with a snapDragon 710 processor, 6GB of memory, 128GB of storage, and two cameras (one outside and one inside). The main camera is 16 megapixels, f/1.7 aperture, supports dual-pixel focus and laser focus, and is equipped with a dual LED flash. The selfie lens is 5 megapixel, f/2.0 aperture. Battery capacity of 2510mAh, support 15W charging, run Android 9.0 system, only support eSIM cards.
Here’s a live shot of The Motorola Razr brought by Sina Technology: