Motorola has launched its much anticipated folding smartphone after weeks of rumors, leaks, and teasers. The device is named as Moto Razr. Moto Razr is 14 millimeters thick, 72 millimeters wide and 94 millimeters tall.
The Moto Razr comes with a premium design and two displays: – a primary folding screen and a small secondary one. The primary folding screen that’s accessible when the phone is unfolded. On the other hand, the small secondary one is located on the outside and it shows time, incoming call details and other related information when you fold the device.
The primary display is known as ‘Flex View’. It is a 6.6 inches pOLED panel that comes with an aspect ratio of 21:9 resolutions of 2142 × 876 pixels. The secondary display is known as Quick View. It is a 2.7 inches pOLED panel with a resolution of 600 × 800 pixels. It is located just above the main camera.
As far as cameras are concerned, there is a 16 MP sensor. It works as a primary camera when the device is unfolded the same camera can be used as the secondary camera when the phone is folded. Apart from this, Moto Razr also sports a proper 5 MP sensor as a selfie camera.
Moto Razr is powered by a Snapdragon 710 SoC and a 6 GB RAM. The phone offers an internal. The device is backed up by a 2510 mAh battery that comes with 15W charging support. storage of 128 GB and runs on Android 9 Pie.
Moto Razr is priced at the rate of US $1500 which is something around INR 1.05 lakh. It will be available for purchase in the US from January 2020 onwards and pre-orders will go live from 26th December 2019. Moto Razr will only be available only in one color: Noir Black.