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For fans of the original Motorola RAZR, the date they have circled on their calendar is December 26th; that's when Motorola and Verizon will start taking pre-orders for the new Motorola razr. Both the manufacturer and the carrier are counting on nostalgia to drive sales of the Android-powered clamshell which is priced at $1,500. As we've pointed out before, you're not exactly getting flagship specs for that price as the phone is powered by the Snapdragon 710 SoC. It is equipped with 6GB of memory and 128GB of expandable storage, but the battery seems light at 2510mAh. Still, Motorola says that it will last through an entire day, and according to the manufacturer, the TurboPower charger will give you hours of power in just minutes.

The Motorola razr opens up to reveal a 6.2-inch pOLED display with a resolution of 876 x 2142 producing an aspect ratio of 21:9. There is an external 2.7-inch display with a 600 x 800 resolution that will show notifications, help you take selfies and more. Speaking of selfies, you can use the 5MP camera when the phone is closed or the 16MP camera that becomes available when the device is open. And with nano-coating from P2i, the razr is protected from spills and light rain.
Side sensors on the razr 2 can be used with 20 different functions and gestures

We know that the razr is still a bit more than a month away from the start of its pre-order period, but according to LetsGo Digital, last week Motorola received a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) titled Cumulative Sensor in a Foldable Phone. The illustrations used in the patent show a phone that folds along the horizontal axis like the upcoming razr but includes various touch sensors on the side. The patent introduced a razr-like device with four touch sensors on either side of the phone; two were above the hinge and two below it. They can be used as virtual buttons when the device is open and when it is closed.


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