The resurrection of good-old Motorola RAZR, the legend from the 2000s deserves attention. It's foldable just like its forefather, but the newbie has a flexible display.
The Lenovo-owned Motorola has unveiled the 2019 model, and of course, it doesn’t have the physical keyboard, only the flexible OLED-screen on the entire inner surface.
The Inner Side
The new display has a 6.2” diagonal and a 2142x876 resolution. The additional external display has a 2.7" diagonal and a 600x800 resolution.
Under the screen, there is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset with a clock speed up to 2.2 GHz and Adreno 616 graphics.
The storage capacity - 6/128 GB and the 2510 mAh of battery capacity which supports TurboPower (15 w) fast charging.
Motorola RAZR phone with a clamshell design, unlike its rivals Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X, does not turn into a mini-tablet when folds up. The collaboration with Lenovo engineers helped to create a hinge that consists of sliding plates and loops. Remarkably, if the device is unfolded, you won’t notice any crinkles on display, like those on other flexible screens.
Price and Sales
The new RAZR will reach the U.S. market in January 2020 with a $1500 price tag in the "black noir” color case.