All about Moto Razr, Motorola's new foldable phone
The all new Moto Razr
The Lenovo-owned smartphone brand on Thursday unveiled the reinvention of its legendary flip phone in the form of a foldable smartphone.
The new smartphone features a flexible screen that folds completely in half to give it the traditional clamshell look. Motorola has also added a secondary screen on the front, which it calls a Quick View external display.
In the folded state, the consumers can access the secondary 2.7-inch (600x800 pixels) Quick View display that can be used to take selfies, view notifications, control music playback, and more.
RAM and storage: The new Razr comes as standard with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. There's no expandable storage though.
Rear Camera: There's only one camera at the back that also acts as a selfie camera when folded. It's a 16-megapixel sensor with F1.7 lens and dual pixel autofocus.
Front Camera: On top of the main display, there's a 5-megapixel selfie camera.
Motorola Razr price is set at $1,499.99 (around Rs. 1,07,400) in the US. There is no word yet on the India price. In comparison, Samsung sells its Galaxy Fold at $1,980 (around Rs. 1,41,700) in the US and at Rs. 1,64,999 in India.
Motorola Razr will also be making its way to India; however, the specifics are unknown.
World's first foldable phone
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