The revamped 2019 version of Motorola Razr with a flexible OLED display was getting a successor in 2020, we knew that. But what we didn’t know was anything about its successor, or what is now more well known as Motorola Razr 2020, whose HD pictures were leaked! The phone was well accepted by the world and had been bought a fair amount by the people who could afford its high price. The old Motorola 2019 cost $1,500 (€1,300, roughly) and it did not even have a sim card slot. It would only accept e-sim, which raised some doubts.
Motorola announced its new flip phone (much rumoured and now much leaked). It is known for keeping its predecessor, Motorola Razr 2019 looks and other general form factors, but it has dropped the old keypad- which let us be honest, who needs a keypad on your smartphone when it can type what you say?
Here’s All The General Information We Have About It
- Razr no longer has a T9 keypad.
- It no longer has the 6.2 inch LCD screen with foldable plastic.
- Motorola Razr comes with Android 9 Pie.
- It now has the OLED panel.
The new Motorola Razr has given us a very different and fresh perspective on today’s foldable smartphones. It does not convert a tablet into something small and compact, but, it does convert a smartphone into something smaller and compact. It has rounded edges too!
Now that we’ve taken a look at the general information about the upcoming Motorola Razr, its time for us to dig deeper into what’s been leaked and this time it is the specifications.
- Snapdragon 710 Processor
- 6 GB RAM
- 128 GB Internal Storage
- 6.2 Inch, foldable OLED display (2143 X 876)
- 2.7 Inch, Quick View Display (800 X 600)
- 16 MP Front Facing Camera with f/1.7 Night Vision Mode
- 5 MP Internal Camera
- USB Type C Charger
- 2510 mAh battery
- eSim (Again)
- Android 9 Pie
- Fingerprint Reader
How Will The Quality Be?
It is very much understandable that everyone all around the world will have quality concerns about the quality after Samsung’s Gaxaly Fold Issues. However, Motorola says that they have full confidence in regards to their flex view phone display. “It will last for the average lifespan of a smartphone,” says Motorola. They have also provided a coating on the phone which has a “scuff-resistant” panel. It also has an internal nono coating for splash resistance. It is still not good enough for swimming though.
Motorola claims that the display is entirely made of a single cut, with edges entirely closed with stainless steel to prevent debris from getting in. The company also prides itself on its experience with OLED displays which dates back to 2011. “We’re not going to go out there and say, ‘consumers should be cautious of how they use the phone.’” Motorola noted.
Part of our confidence can add up when Motorola revealed that it worked with Lenovo for the hinge design. It uses a said complicated mechanism of a sliding plate and multiple hinges for a smooth experienceof folding and unfolding the phone. This phone is also known to live up to Mortorola’s promises, and the image Motorola has managed to create for itself.
A fully flat panel, with no visible creases, and it folds up completely clean. Only when you hold it up in the sun, the crack is visible on the phone other than that is is completely seamless. Its thickness is still the same as Motorola Razr 2019 when folded up.