Motorola Introduced Its First Foldable Smartphone At $1000: Motorola Razr
Motorola’s most anticipating event has cited us today in Los Angels. The company launched the new clamshell RAZR Foldable smartphone.
In design, it is similar to the RAZR V3 from the 2000s, but it is a folding smartphone. As in the original model, there is an additional screen on the cover. It displays notifications and widgets and also allows you to reply to messages and take photos without opening the main display.
Its 6.2-inch display is made using pOLED technology and has a resolution of 2142 × 876 pixels. On the rear side, there is a 2.7-inch OLED with a resolution of 800 × 600 pixels with a FIngerprint reader. There are only two cameras: one on the lid and one in the recess of the main display. The main camera at 16 megapixels received electronic stabilization, laser autofocus, and dual flash. A 5-megapixel selfie camera without a flash, but in the dark, the face is illuminated by the screen.
The heart of the smartphone is the Snapdragon 710 processor with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory. The 2,510 mAh battery supports 15 W fast charging via USB-C. Out of the box, the feature runs on Android 9 Pie, all Google services are in place – and adapted to an unusual aspect ratio.
Motorola RAZR will be available only in black and costs nearly $1500. Make sure, this is cheaper than other folding smartphones and more expensive than the top flagships Samsung, Apple, and Google. It will be quite interesting to look at sales. On December 26, US telecom operator Verizon will open pre-orders. And the device will go on sale in January 2020. We still not yet known whether RAZR is available for other countries or not.