I'm truly impressed by the functionality of this phone. All the apps from my previous phone migrated seemlessly onto the RAZR 5G. Something you don't get from Samsung phones. The tiny front screen is the icing on the cake, reducing the need to flip open the phone when you take selfies, make payment and even answer texts. Motorola is back to making phones that are truly functional and with good looks!
Anonymous, 18 Oct 20202000 usd for 2800mah , one cam , plastic and....!!!!!! tooo mush bro..considering that you can get a 2011 Razr Maxx for peanuts, which has 40% more battery capacity, headphone jack and a micro sd slot that supports xc cards, yeah this new version is a joke.
no headphone jack, no expandable memory, no custom ROM support, weak specs and battery for its price bracket, was considering this phone at some point but honestly even my old 2011 RAZR seems like a more usable phone overall (I'm using mine with 256GB SD Card, Android 7 ROM and Razr Maxx battery as a backup device)
Sunny, 31 Oct 2020Why is this bronze again its literally copying Samsung!Yes...
This colour didn't exist before Samsung :-D
Why is this bronze again its literally copying Samsung!
Has the moto razr g5 physical sim And esim ,so one can use 2 mobile number
I don't know if you guys accidentally bought the previous RAZR edition, or what, but I have no idea what's going on with you. I haven't experienced even the SLIGHTEST creakyness. Where's this allegedly huge gap b/t the edge and screen? Also, how do you think a 48MP camera is bad? I see obvious trolling going on....
2000 usd for 2800mah , one cam , plastic and....!!!!!! tooo mush bro..
Plastic, Glass, Aluminum, and Stainless Steel: all in one phone!
If you are paying $2000 for a phone that doesn't even have a micro SD slot for expandable memory....you are a fool
just bought this phone for my six year old niece, she loves it! it was to replace her old worn razr 2019
Brendan, 12 Oct 2020Ok people say it with me, $2,000 usd. you got to be really rich or stupid to spend over $1,000... moreThe USD price they listed is wrong, it's actually $1,399 USD, not sure why they added an extra $1k to the MSRP.
Ok people say it with me, $2,000 usd. you got to be really rich or stupid to spend over $1,000 usd let alone $2,000 usd on a phone. But humans have "priorities" and maybe buying phones and stupid things we dont need is one of them. As race, we should be able to travel to different planets by now, but NO lets waste our lives on low technology, vice,other bad habbits, etc and be "wage slaves" or "living of the goverment" because thats what 99% of people do. Think about it and take care everyone.
Agreed with the other poster’s comments regarding the creak of the display. Very disappointed. I loved pretty much everything else about the phone, but that creaking was just awful. Also, the tiny little gap between the screen itself and the edge of the phone is very worrisome. Any kind of dust, sand, whatever can just go INSIDE your phone with no issue. No thanks.