Two new images detail the Motorola Razr 5G design
In the two images shown in the gallery below this paragraph, you can see both the front and back sides of the device. These images not only give you a good look at the phone, but they detail its design.
Each of the two images will show you exactly where the phone’s buttons are, its speaker, display, and so on. So, let’s start from the front, shall we.
The first image clearly points out the notification bar, speaker, and the phone’s 20-megapixel front-facing camera up top. The volume buttons are placed on the right, while the power / lock button is on the left. The display is also clearly pointed out here.
Now, if we switch to the back, you’ll notice that the flash is placed right next to the phone’s rear-facing camera. That is a 48-megapixel camera, by the way.
The Quick View display is pointed out as well, as is the phone’s fingerprint scanner. The fingerprint scanner is, once again, hidden away behind the company’s logo.
The Razr branding can be seen on the back of this phone as well, but it’s quite subtle. You can also clearly see the phone’s hinge in this image, and its Type-C USB port is also highlighted.
The tipster also shared a 360-degree look at the phone, recently
The very same source of these images, Evan Blass, provided a 360-degree look at the Motorola Razr 5G. He shared that GIF about a week ago.
We’ve mentioned this GIF as it gives you a great look at the phone, maybe the best we’ve seen, alongside the two images that we’ve shared earlier in the article.
The Motorola Razr 5G is expected to be fueled by the Snapdragon 765G 64-bit octa-core SoC. It will support 5G connectivity, as its name suggests. This chip is one of the best mid-range offerings from Qualcomm, by the way.
The phone will also include 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage, if the rumors are accurate. A 2,845mAh battery is also rumored, and so is 18W fast charging. The phone is expected to arrive at some point next month.