News: New Photos of the 2019 Motorola RAZR Surface in FCC Filing, Reveal Dimensions, Notch & Biometrics

New Photos of the 2019 Motorola RAZR Surface in FCC Filing, Reveal Dimensions, Notch & Biometrics

Lenovo has done a great job preventing leaks of their new Moto RAZR. We've seen a few images here and there, but for the most part, we knew very little about the long-rumored phone. But with the announcement date just around the corner, an FCC filing has given us a look at the new RAZR from almost every angle.

We can see the screen is, in fact, a single foldable OLED panel. With both LG and Microsoft opting for two screens and a hinge, there was always the possibility Lenovo would too. We can see that it has one camera located above the external display. And while other leaks made it seem as if there was a second camera on the bottom hinge of the back cover, we can clearly see it's just the Motorola logo.

Images via FCC

We can also confirm the foldable flip phone will bear the RAZR name, as the logo is plainly visible on the back cover. We can see it uses a USB-C port and that it doesn't have a headphone jack. It also appears to have a front-facing fingerprint scanner on the bottom half of the phone (on the chin).

Images via FCC

Besides that, we can see a power button and a volume rocker on the right side of the phone and what appears to be a speaker grill at the bottom of the phone. There is a notch on the top of the main display housing the earpiece, which could also be used for the loudspeaker. Finally, the physical dimensions are plainly stated in the schematics below.

Images via FCC

Check out the filing for yourself (pre-PDF warning) or have a look at the most interesting images in the gallery below.

Images via FCC

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Cover image via FCC

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