A Motorola announced, through a small teaser, its next event for the promotion of a smartphone on September 9. On that occasion, the new version of the Motorola Razr, the company's foldable model.

The little teaser doesn't reveal much about the event, but it does appear to show a side view of the Razr 2 being closed. According to the portal The Verge, the font used in the ad appears to be the same font used for last year's Razr event, which called people with the slogan "you're going to flip", something like "you're going to spin", in free translation. Now, the promise is "flip the smartphone experience once again", or "rotate the smartphone experience again".




Rumors of a version 5G Razr's have been around for a few months and indicate that the smartphone will have a 6,2 inch screen, 48 MP camera and improvement in general specifications, with 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of internal storage and 2.845 mAh battery. The processor would be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765, responsible for adding support to 5G.

Although trendy when announced, the original Razr did not achieve the expected success. The main reasons were, besides the extremely high price of US $ 1.499 abroad and R $ 8.999 in the Brazil, in battery was consumed quickly. In addition, the camera it did not perform as expected, the hinge creaked and the screen had many problems.


Moto G9 Plus homologated at Anatel

In addition to the Motorola Razr 2, another model may be close to being announced. Not long ago, a new smartphone from Motorola, nicknamed Moto G9 Plus, appeared on the EEC certification website, suggesting an imminent launch. Now, the cell phone has been found again, this time in two certification bodies: the European TUV Rheinland and the Brazilian Anatel. In both cases, the registered models had the numbers XT2087-1 and XT2087-2.

We already knew that the Moto G9 Plus would have 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. With the new approvals, other specifications of the smartphone ended up being revealed, such as the capacity of its battery and its charging speed.

Street: The Verge