Motorola Razr 5G foldable is coming to T-Mobile, says new leak

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It looks like a new foldable is coming soon to T-Mobile.

Images of the Motorola Razr 5G for T-Mobile leaked out today. Its body is mostly covered in a Blush Gold paint job, though the top half of this foldable is black.

According to previous leaks, the Motorola Razr 5G features a 48MP rear camera and a 20MP selfie camera, plus a Snapdragon 765G processor and a 2800mAh battery. We’ve also heard that its main foldable display could measure in at 6.2 inches.

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The first Razr foldable was a Verizon exclusive, but it looks like that’ll be changing with this upgraded 5G model. Having more choice is always a good thing, and the design that’s inspired by the original Motorola Razr flip phone is sure to get this new Razr 5G foldable some attention from T-Mo customers.

Motorola is making an announcement on September 9 and it’s promised to “flip the smartphone experience once again”, so it’s possible that the Razr 5G will be the focus. As for price, the first Motorola Razr is $1,499.99, and so this upgraded model with 5G could come in at a similar or even higher price.

Does a foldable phone with a Motorola Razr design and 5G interest you?

Source: Evan Blass

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  • Omar Boyer

    Its also been leaked for At&t. Finally not only a verizon exclusive anymore.

  • Joe

    I never understood the point of this type of foldable. The screen is no bigger than a regular phone, and I do not think people really have a problem with putting there phone in there pocket of purse. Basically you are paying a premium for a phone whose screen is plastic, has a crease, and has no water or dust resistance. For the fold concept to be worth it it need to give you a bigger screen that can be stored in the same size as a standard phone.

    • superg05

      100 PERCENT AGREE IT WAS THE WHOLE POINT

  • krisstofer

    Yay, too pricey.. Thanks.

  • AA-Ron

    Eww, that phone is ugly AF. Z Flip blows this away

  • Bodycount

    This phone looks like a normal flip phone I used back in the early 2000’s when I was on sprint. Funny how technology goes in a circle sometimes. Just like mobile phone size. They were huge when they came out.. got smaller as the years went on.. then reversed course and got bigger and bigger.

  • steveb944

    Looking forward to it. Other than Pixel this may be my new 5G device.

  • Adam Snider

    $1500 and only a 2800 mAh battery? Pass…