The tech world has been buzzing since the rumours of the new Motorola Razr surfaced. The Giant tech company famous for its “Hello Moto” catch-phrase launched the Motorola Razr, a flip phone from 2004, on Wednesday 13th November 2019, at an event in LA. This device is the sleekest thing yet, with a tech design similar to (or better still, superior to) the Samsung Galaxy fold.
The phone comes with a screen of 6.2 inch when unfolded, 16 MP main camera/5MP front camera, 6GB ram/128GB storage, 2.7 inch OLED glass, 2510 MAH, Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor, Android version 9 pie, fingerprint scanner, Turbo power fast charge, and the list of awesomeness continues. However, there is no room for expandable storage, no sim card(s) (it uses e-sim), no headphone jack, no wireless charging, and clamps like a shell when folded.
The new beauty will be available for order exclusively in the US through Verizon for $1,499.99. Pre-orders open on December 26, 2019 in Europe and will then get a release date early January 2020. It will also be available in markets in Canada, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, and Asia. No one is sure when this phone will be coming to Africa. The phone will sell for $1,500 in the US.
The Motorola Razr box will come with: the phone, wired USB-C earbuds, a 15-watt TurboPower charger, an accessory case, USB-C cable, and headset adaptor.