Motorola has teased that it will be launching its foldable phones on 1 June. It’s about a week away, but that hasn’t stopped leaks of the device from happening. This time it’s a 44-second video showing the Motorola Razr Ultra in action.
The video was shared on Twitter by serial leakster Evan Blass, or @evleaks. Judging from the vertical orientation of the video, this may be a promotional ad for the Motorola Razr Ultra. The number 40 that we see referenced in prior leaks did not make an appearance, suggesting that it won’t be part of the official name when it launches. And with the way that number has been popping in and out of leaks, this can only be a good thing.
As for the video itself, we see the Motorola Razr Ultra in action, being flipped open and close multiple times. The front screen is also another highlight here, showing a miniaturised home screen, suggesting that it is meant to be used without being flipped open, at least to some extent. Then the video shows off some apps actively in use – one example in the video is Google Maps – as well as the usual lock screen items like various clock faces and some notifications. There’s also the maze puzzle that is looking a lot better this time compared to a previous leak.
It’s worth noting at this point that none of this is actually new as far as leaks go. Most of them, including the maze puzzle mentioned above, was shared by Blass before, though not as polished as this video. But on the flip side, this promo video still provides a much better look at everything shown in previous leaks. It is also probably safe to expect this video to make another appearance during the official launch of the Motorola Razr Ultra next week.
(Source: Evan Blass / Twitter)
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