Motorola Razr 3, the new design unveiled in a video

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Motorola confirmed its new leaflet Motorola Razr 3which is now shown in a video leaked online with a totally renewed design. Rounder lines and dual front cameras for the device, which also promises true top-of-the-range specifications.

Motorola Razr 3 has a whole new design

A very short video, a GIF posted on Twitter by the now famous leaker EVleaks. But the new images of the Razr 3 are enough to make us understand that Motorola wanted it revolutionize your smartphonewhich now has a whole new design.

The relief in the lower part of the smartphone remains, functionally similar to those seen in the first Razr launched in 2019 and Razr 5G launched in 2020. But otherwise, the more rounded lines and the external mini-screen for notifications are more reminiscent of Samsung Galaxy Z Flip that the Motorola folding.

It also has due fmain cameras, twice as much as seen in the past. And the minimum when it comes to top-of-the-range smartphones. The internal camera on the foldable screen is in a punch-hole at the top of the display. Which appears to have no folds in the middle, although only first-person tests will ensure that the display folds perfectly, without leaving marks.

The fingerprint reader looks side-mounted, the screen looks large and well-made. The outer one seems to easily blend in with the rest of the lid. It seems that Motorola has thought of everything.

In addition, the smartphone should have the new and powerful Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 from Qualcomm. If in the coming weeks new rumors come out with other top-of-the-range statistics, the Razr could return in style, after a two-year hiatus. We will keep you posted.

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