Not wanting to be outshined by Samsung and Huawei, Motorola announced a little while ago that it would be reviving the famous Motorola RAZR again and the revived Motorola RAZR would be a foldable phone.
Now, we have the official specs and they are…underwhelming. Let’s take a closer look at what Motorola is going to offer.
Design and Display
The iconic Motorola RAZR shape will be preserved. There will be a secondary screen on the outer body which will have a total of 6 applications that can be used on it. The inside will be a foldable screen. The keyboard in the previous version will be replaced with an OLED display.
Based on the reports and patented document that were made public, it will be a clamshell phone and will be available in black, white and gold colors.
Both the displays are OLED with the primary display being 6.2 inches in size. Coming to the resolution, the primary screen features 2142 x 876 pixels resolution and the secondary screen features a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels. The dimensions are not known yet but these resolutions aren’t good enough for a flagship-grade device.
Internals and Storage
Motorola RAZR will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC with a 2.2 GHz octa-core processor, which is a surprise considering even premium midrangers are expected to feature the Snapdragon 855 this year. The GPU used is Adreno 616.
It comes with two variants, the main variant features 4 GB RAM and 64 GB in-built memory, secondary variant comes with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB in-built memory. This was another unsatisfactory detail keeping in mind how Xiaomi is now introducing smartphones with 12 GB RAM.
Battery and Pricing:
Motorola RAZR is certainly not the flagship beast we wanted it to be. Its expected to come with a small battery with 2,730 mAh capacity that has fast charging enabled.
Going by the revealed details, it seems like the Moto Razr is going to be a tough pill to swallow at $1,500.