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Motorola is preparing to expand the series of its folding phone. For a long time, the leaks and revelations have been coming up. According to reports surfaced so far, Moto Razr is going to launch a new folding phone Moto Razr 2 with clam-shell design after 2019, which can knock with 5G support. The new report, which has now surfaced, has been clarified while revealing the launch date of Moto Razr 2 that the phone will knock in September. However, no official announcement has been made on the part of the company.

According to the Androidauthority report, Motorola has shared an invite linked to its upcoming folding phone Moto Razr 2, which says, "Once again, get ready to take the flip phone experience." The launch date in the poster shared in the report has been given on 9th September. But no feature of the phone has been reported, nor has it been clarified whether the new folding phone will knock with 5g support.

Possible specifications of Moto Razr 2:

Moto Razr 2 can see a larger display than it was before this time. In addition, the design of the phone will be completely new and special. Also, the Moto Razr 2 will have a front-facing fingerprint sensor available. In addition, physical nano-SIM support will be given this time, while Moto Razr 2019 has been given eSIM support. No feature has been confirmed on behalf of the company. But according to the leaks, the Moto Razr 2 folding phone will have a 48MP primary camera and a 20MP selfie camera. In addition, users in the new phone will have 256GB internal memory with 8GB RAM. It can be given a 2,845mAh battery for power backup, which will come with 18W fast charging support.

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