All the potential rumors and leaks have been put to rest as Motorola releases the Motorola Razr. The new Razr is a modern tribute — with a Flex View foldable screen — to the classic Motorola Razr V3 which, back then, took the market by storm.
The major highlight of this device has to be its quirky design; a foldable screen with a pOLED display having a 21:9 aspect ratio and a resolution of 2142 x 876 pixels. Apart from that, there’s another Quick View screen outside which comprises a 2.7-inch OLED panel with a resolution of 600 x 800 pixels.
Talking about outside, the Razr has a 16MP sensor with f/1.7 aperture with EIS, Dual Pixel AF, and Laser AF. Inside the screen, up top, there’s a notch (of course) that houses a 5MP camera with f/2.0 aperture, but since the outside camera with the Quick View screen does the job of capturing selfies it really doesn’t have that importance.
Besides acting as a selfie screen, the secondary display also lets you take calls, toggle on and off some basic settings and also activate Google Assistant.
Inside, the Motorola Razr has mid-range hardware with Snapdragon 710 chipset paired alongside 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The battery sits at 2,510mAh with support for 15W TurboPower charging. The phone boots on Android Pie out of the box with pretty much stock look to it.
Talking about the price and availability, Motorola is to yet to unveil it but we expect it to cost around $1500.