Motorola confirms the arrival of the Motorola Razr 2023 through a video teaser on its social channels, suggesting that it’s the long-awaited flip phone.
Motorola has officially confirmed the arrival of the Motorola Razr 2023 through a short teaser video posted on its social channels. Although the company hasn’t revealed the exact name of the device, it’s likely the much-anticipated foldable clamshell Razr.
The teaser video shows the shape of the device, and while no information can be gleaned about the tech specs, it seems the leaks were accurate as the overall shape is exactly what the rumors suggest.
Compared to the previous version of the Razr 2022, the 2023 is expected to have a large external display that will allow you to access all functions without having to open the device. This means it will be possible to use any app directly on the cover, as was possible with the Razr 2022.
Also, it was recently announced that Motorola will release two variants of the Razr at the same time: the Pro and the Lite. However, the Motorola Razr Pro may be called differently in different markets. The Razr+ 2023 and Razr 40 Ultra names have also surfaced, but it appears they are identical devices.
Although an official launch date has not yet been announced, it is believed that the unveiling event will take place on June 1st in Madrid, Spain and the devices will be launched globally on that date. However, it is possible that the launch will first take place in China.
Considering that Motorola has already started promoting the Motorola Razr 2023 lineup, the reveal event is likely to be very close. If we had to guess, we’d say it will happen at the end of this month or in the first half of May.
In any case, the arrival of the Razr 2023 represents a major turning point for Motorola and for the foldable market. Thanks to the wide-coverage display, the new Razr could be a valid alternative to traditional smartphones, offering greater practicality and versatility. It will be interesting to see how it will be received by audiences and critics.