In the sketches, you can see a device that looks just like the RAZR of years past complete with a chunky chin and similar form factor. However, instead of having a screen at the top and buttons at the bottom when open, the device appears to include a large, tall display that covers nearly the whole interior of the phone. A hinge would allow the display to bend in half, granting users a familiar flip phone experience but better optimized for 2019.
In addition, like other phones before the rise of large touchscreens, the new RAZR may also come with a secondary display on its front side, likely for time and weather information.
It’s worth noting that nowhere in this registration does Moto mention the RAZR or whether it’s an upcoming phone. However, considering last week’s report, it’s perfectly reasonable to look at this thing and think this might be what Motorola is cooking up.