It’s back. Lenovo’s sub-brand Motorola today released the iconic Moto Razr 2019 version. In the past, Moto Razr India has suffered numerous leaks and rumors, and the leaked pictures show that Moto Razr India looks attractive regardless of folding or unfolding. The new Moto Razr offers advanced design and includes two screens – one for the main display (when the phone is unfolded) and one for the folding device. Moto Razr India has a very small border on both sides of the main screen. There is also a wide mouth in front.
Motorola launched the Moto Razr for $1,500, roughly equivalent to Rs 1,08,273.
Shortly after the global launch, Motorola India confirmed through the trailer that Moto Razr India is about to enter the country. The company did not disclose the release date of Moto Razr in India, but we expect this phone to be on the market faster than people think. In India, Moto Razr is also expected to be expensive – possibly more than 100,000. Having said that, we believe Moto Razr hopes the company will be like the Samsung Galaxy Fold recently launched in India. Motorola India has released Razr’s registration page in India, which may suggest that India will launch the product in weeks or months.
2019 Moto Razr Specifications
The Moto Razr comes with two screens – one sitting inside and the other sitting outside. In the interior – unfolded – a 6.2 inch flexible pOLED display. The screen offers a 21:9 CinemaVision aspect ratio similar to some of the previously released Motorola smartphones. On the outside – when folding the phone – there is a 2.7-inch gOLED display with an aspect ratio of 4:3. Moto Razr also includes a fingerprint sensor at the bottom.
Unlike the recently launched foldable phones (such as the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X), the Moto Razr folds like one of the old clamshell Razr phones. Once collapsed, the Quick View screen will display a notification and allow the user to take a photo. Best of all, you can take a selfie with a 16 megapixel main camera in a collapsed state.
Moto Razr allows users to perform a variety of activities – when making calls, sending messages or emails – when expanding – but with some restrictions when folding. When folded, Moto Razr allows users to check for notifications on the Quick View display. The quick view display also allows the user to answer the call, reply to the message with a quick reply (preset message template), and control the music. When you choose to interact further with the notification, the phone asks you to open the main display and display it from the last point – similar to the continuity of the application. Motorola said the process is seamless.
The “Quick View” display outside Moto Razr includes a 16MP camera that allows users to click on a selfie while folding the phone. The 16MP camera has a variety of camera functions, such as EIS, night vision mode, and more. When you expand your phone, the same 16MP camera turns into a rear camera. When unfolding, there is also a 5MP camera inside the phone.
The Moto Razr is powered by the Snapdragon 710 processor – yes, this flip phone doesn’t use the flagship processor – comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. The Moto Razr is equipped with a 2510mAh battery and is equipped with 15W fast charging support. On the software side, Razr runs Android 9 Pie out of the box.