Motorola foldable Razr to be powered by Snapdragon 710
Date: 13 March 19
Motorola is on to bring a foldable screen device this year. The new Razr will employ the Snapdragon 710 chipset, paired with 4/6GB of RAM and 64/128GB of storage.
The main, foldable screen will be a 6.2-inch panel with 876x2142 resolution, while on the outside there will also be a secondary display with 600x800 resolution and yet unknown size.
Samsung and Huawei have both announced foldable phones that have vertical hinges. In the case of the Galaxy Fold, that hinge folds the flexible OLED panel in on itself. The Mate X, meanwhile, wraps its OLED around the outside.
The new foldable RAZR – codenamed “Voyager” – is believed to use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset. Launched in May last year, the Snapdragon 710 mobile platform aimed to bring “premium tier” features to more affordable phones. It has eight CPU cores and uses Qualcomm’s Kryo 360 architecture, along with Adreno 615 graphics.