Originally published at: https://www.mobilitaria.com/motorola-razr-blending-the-old-with-the-new/
Motorola has reinvented it’s foldable phone the Razr from 2004.
The all new Motorola Razr has a 6.2” foldable panel on the inside and runs on Android Pie OS. It runs on the mid-range Snapdragon 710, coupled with 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage.
The Motorola Razr has two cameras, one on the outside of the flip part and another on the inside, tucked inside a notch .The main shooter is 16 MP coupled with dual-LED flash. The selfie shooter is 5 MP with no flash, but the screen can light up your face in the dark.
The outer screen of the phone shows notifications, take selfies with with the 16 MP main camera, and even conduct video calls.
The new Razr has a 2,510mAh battery that goes from 0 to full in almost no time with its 15W TurboPower charging.
As a tribute to the Motorola Razr V3, the 2019 Razr has a Retro Razr mode that turns the modern smartphone into the spitting image of its 2004-era predecessor.
Though the Motorola Razr has not been launched yet, it is expected to cost $1,500 and come in only one colour- Noir Black. The launch date and actual price will be announced once confirmed.