Lenovo Africa general manager Thibault Dousson recently announced in a podcast interview that a second generation foldable phone that will succeed the Motorola RAZR is expected to be released in September. Now alleged specifications of the Motorola RAZR successor have appeared online with the kind permission of the people of XDA-Developers .
The upcoming Motorola RAZR successor will reportedly be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 chip, an upgrade of the Snapdragon 710 processor that powers the first-generation Motorola RAZR. The Qualcomm SoC is accompanied by 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of onboard storage, while a 2,845 mAh battery maintains operation.
The rear view camera is also upgraded to a 48 megapixel snapper (Samsung ISOCELL GM1) under "Motorola RAZR 2.0", while selfies and video calls are based on a 20 megapixel camera. It will also bring 5G support to the table, but the Motorola offering is said to be compatible only with the sub-6 GHz network and not with the faster mmWave 5G band.