Back in February, Motorola confirmed it was working on a new foldable smartphone that would come out “no later than” the devices from competing brands (i.e. this coming summer). The consensus is that Motorola’s device will be a revival of the popular RAZR brand and it will differ from the approach of Samsung and Huawei by offering a vertical fold. Instead of a smartphone that turns into a tablet, the foldable Motorola RAZR will have a large display that folds in half to minimize the size of the device itself, like a clamshell phone of yore. In January we had already a glimpse of how the phone could look like thanks to the illustrations of a Motorola patent. Now, some rendering leaked from China show its final look. The phone will have a screen with a notch and will resemble quite closely the old Motorola RAZR. It will come in a prism-shaped box, with a number of accessories, including a wireless charging stand. The pictures look quite authentic, but just like with every such leak, it’s a good idea to take them with a grain of salt. Despite the alternative foldable design, the Motorola RAZR will have something in common with the Mate X and the Galaxy Fold: the price. At 1500$, it’s more or less three times the amount you needed to fork out for the debut version of the original Motorola RAZR V3 when it first came out in 2004.