What happened to the promised review of this device GSMa? Anyway, just read the the review of the Galaxy Z Flip3. Pre ordered one as this will be the first true big selling foldable. Although nowhere near perfected, an absolute feat of eye bleeding tech.
Battery max 6 hours of sot on a row. Mixed use give whole day of use. Playing games time can be shorter. Overall , that model have low energy consumption on daily tasks. In heavier tasks, use power of gaming processor. Recommended after two month, I'm power user, so no lie from me, pure testing.
The motorola razr 5g has many great features going for it, however it lacks a headphone jack and it's low capacity battery (2800 mAH) makes it overpriced. For the $1000 price tag the battery should at least be 6000 mAH
And the lack of a headphone jack is very disappointing.
Commendable work done on fold screen technology and integration with existing technology. I would say very much appreciated. Who say's we need 3 or 4 camera now. I guess with folding screen just 2 is enough. Price is what they are asking for the work done.
Anonymous, 24 Sep 2020 Any wait for Apple to release one. Considering that Motorola partnered with apple on the E1, I wouldn't exclude the possibility of an iFlipPhone :)
The best comment I've read in a long time here, practicality is key in every gadget we buy be it a mobile phone, computer or car.
Fericica, 24 Sep 2020Does it have a physical sim card slot? Yes. On the bottom next to the charging port
Reyansh Madan, 24 Sep 2020I was really fascinated by the concept fo this phone when it was first announced. Still looks ... moreI thought the same.
Took the plunge anyway.
I think it's great, don't regret buying.
Makes me smile.
Forget the specs.
I was really fascinated by the concept fo this phone when it was first announced. Still looks neat but the features dont match the price or the finishing of the design.
Anonymous, 23 Sep 2020mote than a year since they introduced foldables and i still don't understand the meaning... moreNot all people like having long phone slabs in their front pockets.
Not all people have (literally) deep pockets, so fitting a typical 6-7 inch device can be tricky. This lets them get a modern device with a large display without it being +/-17 cm tall at all times. This is only 9 cm tall when folded.
This is much more comfortable to have in your front pocket when sitting, especially if your pockets are not super big/deep.
I for one shy away from pants/jeans with small/short pockets, just so I can fit my huge phone in them. And I always do the "sitting" test when trying on new pants :-)
I also really like the quick view display and the fact that it is usable - so one can be a little bit less of a phone addict, but still able to read and reply to messages etc.
mote than a year since they introduced foldables and i still don't understand the meaning of these things.. more room in your pocket for keys amd coins? what is really
Just got the phone.
Did think it was expensive but in getting it I'm no longer bothered. I'm happy to be have it.
I suggest if you can, get one.
TheLastOracle, 20 Sep 2020He said the camera was better than the Z Flip in certain instances. It's better designed ... moreThe Razr has a larger, and more versatile, camera sensor (1/2.0" vs 1/2.55"in the Z Flip - 1.6µm pixels at 12MP vs 1.4µm in the Z Flip) and it has both a wider focal range and larger aperture. Not surprising that it takes better photos.
I can certainly see why one would want to opt for the Razr. It is a proper foldable with a very usable outer screen.
The Z Flip on the other hand, I just don't see it. In its folded state it is quite useless, and the design is not very appealing to me. Might as well just get any other candybar smartphone instead.