The Motorola Razr 2019 is a foldable smartphone with a great design but is nowhere near as capable as people wanted it to be. It arrived with Snapdragon 710 chipset and a 16MP main camera, which is hardly expiring on a $1,500 phone.
According to Evan Blass, the new Motorola Razr will finally have 5G, and pick a 48MP main shooter, while the dedicated selfie camera will be 20 MP while keeping the same 6.2" screen diagonal from last year.
The Motorola Razr 2019 wasn’t that impressive on the memory side as well - only 6 GB RAM, coupled with 128 GB storage, and no slot for MicroSD as well. This time we’re looking at a 256 GB option, and what is more interesting, the new phone will actually host a physical SIM card - there will be a slot for nano-SIM which will complement the eSIM.
The leakster says the Razr 5G will have a dual camera, meaning the 48MP main snapper on the back is likely to have company - leaving us wondering whether it will be a dual shooter with a depth sensor, or we might be getting an ultrawide-angle cam.
The 2019 edition was unveiled in November but didn’t make it to the store shelves until February. We do hope Motorola will introduce its device a tad earlier, but given the uncertainty of the flagship market across the world with the pandemic, we might not see the new Razr before the holiday season.
You're kidding right? You want another boring slab form of a phone. That's the whole point of this phone!
Can somebody tell folks at Motorola-Lenovo to release a Razr that is exactly this minus the flip thing? Just a plain non-flip non-fold that looks exactly like this
Oh no...now is 4 camera.... Still use 1 camera??? Why