Motorola’s upcoming Razr foldable smartphone and One Vision have spotted in the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG)’s launch studio platform. While the Motorola Razr appears to be a foldable phone that has been rumoured for months, the One Vision is likely to be the successor to the Motorola One.
A document filed on the Bluetooth launch studio platform confirms a Motorola Razr phone with model number XT-2001 is headed to Verizon. The so-called foldable phone supports Bluetooth 5.0.
The Wall Street Journal reported in February that Motorola plans to revive the Razr brand with the launch of a foldable phone. The report claimed that the company will produce 200,000 units of the device, meaning the phone will be limited in supply. It will be a Verizon exclusive with a price tag of $1500 (or approx Rs 104,433), according to a WSJ report.
It was reported that the phone could launch in the same month but that did not happen. Motorola, however, did later confirm it will launch a foldable phone soon without disclosing the launch time frame. Based on a patent filed by Motorola, the 2019 Razr will have a clamshell design with a foldable display and the outer casing will have a secondary screen complete with a fingerprint scanner. The next-generation Razr smartphone is believed to be code-named “Voyager”.
Other than the 2019 Motorola Razr, the company is also preparing to launch a sequel to the Motorola One and Motorola One Power. Dubbed Motorola One Vision, the device has been spotted at Bluetooth launch studio. The Android One-branded device, which is rumoured to launch soon, will apparently feature a 6.2-inch display, a Snapdragon 675 processor, 6GB RAM and up to 128GB storage.