91Mobie reports that Motorola has filed a patent for a smartphone with a foldable display. As was predicted by a report from the Wall Street Journal last week, the phone in the patent clearly resembles Motorola's iconic RAZR V3 flip phone, but with a few key differences. Instead of a separate keypad and keyboard, this new phone seemingly features a flexible, fullscreen display. But like the old phone, there appears to be a smaller display for notifications on the back. Assuming the dimensions are the same as the old RAZR, the new Motorola phone would be significantly smaller than today's smart slates, though the Wall Street Journal says the device could cost $1500 if it ever comes to market. The display will have a cutout on the top, similar to the notch on the iPhone X, to house the earpiece, while the thick chin below will have the mic and the speakers. The patent application shows the hinges will be visible on the front as well, though we can expect them to be hidden from plain view when the handset is launched... A Wall Street Journal report last week said Motorola will unveil the RAZR-inspired foldable phone as early as next month. This device was said to be exclusive to telecom carrier Verizon, at least in the US, while its fate in the other countries is not known. It will have a limited run as Motorola will reportedly produce only 200,000 units.