And he came back. The Lenovo Motorola sub-brand today launches the 2019 version of the iconic Moto Razor. Moto Raz has in the past been exposed to a few leaks and rumors and as it came out on video it showed that Raz looks attractive whether it is folded or spread. The new Moto Razr offers superb design and packs two screens – one is the main display (when the phone rolls out) while a small screen when the device is folded. The Moto Razr's main screen has very minimal side frames.
Motorola launches the Moto Razor for a price of US $ 1500 which is roughly translated to Rs 1.08,273. Shortly after the global launch, Motorola India confirmed through a teaser that Moto Razor is coming to the country very quickly. The company has not revealed the launch date of the engine launch in India at Moto Razor, but we expect the phone to hit the market sooner than imagined. And in India they expect the Moto Raz to be expensive – maybe more than a bow. Saying we believe in Moto Raz, the company is looking to take on the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Fold recently launched in India.
The Razr comes with two screens – one sitting inside while the other is outside. Inside – when unfolding – it has a flexible 6.2-inch OLED display. The screen offers a aspect ratio of 21: 9 CinemaVision similar to some of the previously launched Motorola smartphones. Externally – when the phone is folded – it has a 2.7-inch OLED display that offers a 4: 3 aspect ratio. The Moto Razr also includes a fingerprint sensor at the bottom.
Unlike the recently launched flagship phones like the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X, the Moto Razr looks like one of those old iconic Razr micro-phones when folded. When folded, Moto Razor turns off completely and users can't use the phone whatever. So, to operate the Moto Razr must be unraveled as a flip phone.
The Moto Razr allows users to perform all kinds of activities – making calls, sending messages or emails – when deployed – but when it is assembled there are some limitations. When set up, the Moto Razr only allows users to check notifications on the Quick View screen. Namely, in order to respond to the notifications, users will need to display the Razr unlike Samsung's Galaxy Fold.
The Moto Razr's Quick View display includes a 16 MP camera that lets users click selfies when the phone is folded. The 16 MP camera has several camera features, such as EIS, night vision mode and much more. The same 16 MP camera turns into a rear camera when the phone unfolds. The phone includes another 5MP camera inside – when unfolding.
The Moto Razr is powered by a Snapdragon 710 processor – yes, this flip phone does not use a flagship flagship – with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. The Moto Razr packs a 2510mAh battery paired with 15W fast charge support. On the front-end software, Razr runs out of the box with Android 9 Pie.