Motorola Smartphone with Rollable Display in Development

Motorola is preparing to launch its new foldable smartphone Razr 3 soon. According to the leaked details, the Clamshell foldable smartphone will be launched in China in July or August. Another Motorola smartphone is in the works and codenamed Felix. This foldable smartphone, unlike previous Motorola foldable phones, has a rollable display.

We’ve seen several companies like Samsung, Oppo and LG showcase their rollable smartphone display technology. The screen usually widens on one side, courtesy of the motor sitting below. Motorola’s Rollable Felix smartphone will extend upwards instead of sideways. Let’s take a look at the design details, specifications and everything we know so far about the Motorola Felix Rollable smartphone.

Motorola Felix Tipped

Motorola is making its first rollable smartphone, codenamed Felix. The roll-up smartphone is still in development. Tipstar Evan Blass and 91Mobiles have claimed that Felix will be different from rolling phones teased in the past. Unlike the Oppo and LG Rolleball displays, which extend sideways, the upcoming Motorola Rolleball will extend vertically. “In the first attempt at Motorola‘s roll-rolling technology, the device extends vertically, about one-third of its display, when compact, wrapped in a spindle at the bottom and facing backwards,” the report said.

He added that the company has tested a prototype of a rollable phone on Android 12. Bliss claims that the phone is still in its infancy. The rollable phone is unlikely to launch this year. As it is in its development stage, the design or features of the Rollable phone may change as we get closer to the launch.

Meanwhile, in a separate leak, Blass Moto Razr 3 has leaked live images The clamshell foldable phone is set to get a big new design The Motorola Razr 3 removes the chin, taking the fingerprint scanner to the side. The foldable screen has a hole-punch cutout and a full HD + resolution. It is being tested in two SKUs, one containing Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC. Another SKU has a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ SoC under the hood. The device will make its debut in China in late July or early August, then in the world market.

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