The new Motorola Razr has been in the spotlight over the past days and for the right reasons. With its mix of throwback clamshell design and unique horizontal folding screen, Motorola’s first foldable has certainly brought excitement in the smartphone world.
We already knew the new Razr is coming with a $1,500 asking price in the US but a new report suggests European users will have to shell out €1,680 (that’s around $1,860) for the unlocked variant.
The report also details that the new Razr will be available from January 24 in Sweden. Other European countries like the Netherlands are also expected to get the new Razr around that time period with a price tag in the €1,600 range.
One of the big gripes with the new Razr comes with its lackluster chipset and camera, which leave a lot to be desired, particularly at that sort of price. At the same time, Motorola has chimed away from releasing flagship devices lately and the new Razr does offer a bleeding-edge foldable display at a lower price compared to Samsung and Huawei.
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Well the price is insane. Same device 2 years later will be a lot cheaper but in 2 years later if the Moto will still play on a foldable field the future phones will be top end specs for cheaper pricing because this new technology will be 2 years ...
People want this phone because of memories, and because it's folding smartphone. Price is high, but some will still buy it. Midrange chipset, weak battery, probs also a bad camera... for 1800 Euros... I would never spend over 550 Euros on a ph...
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