This Thursday, Motorola is set to unveil a brand new flagship smartphone (in addition to other devices), and new marketing material gives us an idea of just how thin this handset will be. Maybe that’s why Motorola recently featured its old RAZR flip phone in a nostalgic ad.
The image doesn’t reveal anything other than the fact that the phone will be incredibly thin—just 5.2 mm, according to previous rumors. The device, thought to be the Moto Z Style, will also allegedly come with a 5.5-inch screen, Snapdragon 820 processor, and up to 4GB of RAM. Other potential specs, such as camera and battery, are unknown at this point though one previous rumor said the device may sport a 13-megapixel sensor.
In addition to the Moto Z Style, Motorola may also release a companion device, known as the Moto Z Play, which will likely have a more affordable price with specs to match. We may also see an updated Moto E, which 9to5Google points out recently went through Bluetooth certification.
We should know all the juicy details at Lenovo Tech World this Thursday, where we’re expecting some new phones from Lenovo along with MotoMods to go with Motorola’s new devices.