Motorola Razr 2019
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About the Phone
Moto Razr is one of the most attractive devices when it comes to design because of its biggest highlight which is the foldable display although it lacks when it comes to overall performance.
- Attractive design
- Foldable display
- Too expensive
- Poor battery
- Average Camera
Moto Razr is the most-anticipated phone with the sleek and stylish flippable display priced at Rs.1,24,999. It’s all about the design and the display, rest all dates back to old specs.
Moto Razr looks leek and classy with an iconic design. The foldable display on the front supported by the zero-gap hinge design is appealing and protects the display as well. The smaller display packs the rear camera with a fingerprint scanner on the chin. The Razr is handy folds to fit in pockets perfectly.
Moto Razr has a 6.2-inch foldable OLED display with a 21:9 aspect ratio. Films and videos come out really good on this flexible display which features CinemaVision Technology. There is another smaller 2.7-inch Quick View display to see notifications, respond on the go, take selfies or play music.
Moto Razr is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset paired with 6GB RAM which is not really a flagship processor and the performance is compromised even at that price tag. It’s running on the latest Android 10 which is free from any bloatwares.
There is a single rear camera of 16MP with a dual LED flash on the back of Moto Razr which can even take selfies when folded. The main selfie camera is of 5MP. The camera app features different modes for photography. The pictures come out to be good, not exceptional though.
Moto Razr battery is a disappointment with just 2510 mAh battery to run both the displays. It lasts for even less than a day. Moto Razr supports 15W Turbo Power charging to give you hours of charge in a few minutes.
Moto Razr is a fashionable smartphone with not so attractive performance. It has all from the designs but misses a flagship processing. The flippable display is revolutionary and looks very stylish but the Razr won’t run faster or take better camera pictures. Moto Razr is nothing but an addition to the fashion statement.