Anonymous, 20 Nov 2019No, It is NOT the thinnest or the lightest. Dimensions Unfolded: 172 x 72 x 6.9 mm Folde... moreDuh.. he meant the thinnest and lightest foldable smartphone. Compared to Galaxy Fold and Mate X.
Can I answer the call while folded? Or dial?
First smartphone with bezels in years that isn't called ugly.
GeorgeBoricean, 19 Nov 2019And this is the smallest, thinnest phone you can buy at this time duuhh.No, It is NOT the thinnest or the lightest.
Dimensions Unfolded: 172 x 72 x 6.9 mm
Folded: 94 x 72 x 14mm
Weight 205 g (7.23 oz)
Kingslayer, 19 Nov 2019Very good opening paragraph. The Razr is a return of an icon. But unlike say the Nokia 3310 fr... moreTotally agree with you. For me, the slab at this age is just...a mere tool, just another screen to look to. No excitement every time I interact with it. You know, it's the kind of feeling when you're driving a utilitarian car. You park your car and will never look back to admire it.
With this Razr / Surface Duo, it's like having a classic or exotic car. You'll want to park it at your line of sight so you could stare at it as long as you want.
Actually, there are android flip phones far before the Razr even though it's not foldable. But they're all low-range specs (LG Wine, Kyocera, Samsung). The only high end spec from Samsung was released for China only and it's far more expensive than this current foldable Razr. Shame, really.
Adul Al Salami Kebab, 19 Nov 2019Price to high, could they maybe make a budget version with T9 and no folding screen? :3Do you mean like Nokia with their 3310. 8110, 2720 reborn series? Will be interesting if they do it. ;) But then again, many naysayers will bark and hiss when they do it.
GeorgeBoricean, 19 Nov 2019And this is the smallest, thinnest phone you can buy at this time duuhh.You're just poor. That's it. You're upset because you can't buy it.
When the original Razr V3 was released, I could see lots of people paying for its $1000 USD price tag. $1000 back then in the 2003 was, adjusted to inflation, equivalent to $1495 today, so for an extra $5, a phone that has FAR MORE POWERFUL specs than the original V3, is well worth it.
I don't have the money to purchase it either, but if I could, I would, just like that *fingersnap*
Super excited. My lifestyle doesn't call for flagship specs. Price is higher than desired, but again... If it's a limited production I'd love to get my hands on one.
Piece of over priced crap. People brought the old one becasue it was the smallest, lightest and thinnest phone you could buy at the time. This is like having 2 phones taped together with a weak processor.
Gandalfdenvite, 19 Nov 2019Why? I see no need for any foldable phone, and with 205g it is not "small" even when folded! I... moreYes people gets too excited for this one trick pony.
Look at the spec and the price.
Concept is done right, but price is outrageous...
Why? I see no need for any foldable phone, and with 205g it is not "small" even when folded! It will be "fun" to play with for a few minutes, but far too annoying for daily use!
Is it available in Pakistan?
way overpriced. maybe $ 700 but $ 1500, they are on drugs
That Old School dialer is neat
I bying does it available in Uganda?
Most power users and hardcore geeks would still buy the slabs because of the flagship SoC, cameras, battery life, screen size, etc. Flip phone sorta goes back to the simplicity of the decade from the 0h-0hs. I'm at the stage where I try not to glance at my phone most of the time while attending a live sporting event or concert. I'll use my binoculars instead or glance notifications on a smart watch.