We might get a good look at Motorola’s next foldable phones. Separate leaks from 91 Mobile phones (via 9to5Google) and longtime device leak insider Evan Blass show the entry-level Moto Razr 50 and high-end Razr 50 Ultra (likely branded as the 2024 Razr and Razr+ in the US) in different colors from all angles.

Leaks point to high-end Razr+ (2024) — also known as the Razr 50 Ultra — running on a Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 chip with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. It is expected to have a 6.9-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2640 x 1080 on the inside and a 3.6-inch clamshell display on the outside. A 50MP wide-angle camera paired with a 50MP telephoto lens, a 32MP front-facing sensor and a 4000mAh battery round out the (supposed) specs.

Leaked images of the flagship model show navy blue, navy green, peach and pink color options.

Meanwhile, the base Razr (2024) – likely to be called the Razr 50 outside the US – is rumored to be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 7300 processor, a departure from the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 found in its 2023 equivalent. Another obvious change from its predecessor is the reported 3.63-inch display with a lid, quite a step up from the meager 1.5-inch outward-facing screen of last year’s budget model.

The leak shows no sign of the fancy wood option that Motorola included in the Edge 50 series of phones unveiled last month. Old-school smartphone lovers will remember this as a throwback to the Moto X from way back in 2013, when the company was owned by Google. (It has been under the Lenovo umbrella since 2014.)

You can check out a gallery of leaked images below, courtesy of Blass and 91 Mobile phones.