Remember the Razr V3? the phone that was the talk of town back in the early 2000s? Motorola has brought it back, and this time, with a modern touch.
The new Razr boasts two displays. The main is a 6.2-inch foldable pOLED display with a resolution of 2142 x 876, or HD+, while the one outside is a 2.7-inch OLED panel with 600 x 800 resolution. Underneath the hood is a Snapdragon 710, backed by 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
The outer screen lets you use the phone without unfolding it for key features such as making calls, adjusting basic settings, taking selfies, and talking to the Google Assistant.
Surprisingly, Motorola didn’t equip the phone with dual or triple or even quad cameras. Instead, it has a single a single rear and front snapper. The former is a 16MP sensor with EIS, Dual Pixel AF, and Laser AF. The latter is a 5MP shooter.
The Razr packs a 2,510mAh with 15W TurboPower Charging and runs on Android Pie.
Motorola is yet to announce the final price, along with an actual launch date, but the device is expected to cost around USD 1500.