Motorola has launched the successor to its not so popular 2019 Razr. The new version is better than the original but it’s still not “flagship”.
Motorola brought back the Razr last year hoping people would storm in to buy its flip phone. Motorola was betting on nostalgia. People did buy it but it wasn’t as successful as hoped. The main reason for its failure was it’s not so “flagship” specs. Motorola was demanding 1400 dollars for a phone with Qualcomm Snapdragon 710, 16MP camera, and a 2510mAh battery.
This year again Motorola is launching its Razr with a price tag of $1400. While the 2nd Gen Razr outshines the original it still lacks behind in the specs department. It has got a Snapdragon 765G processor, which enables it to be a 5G phone. A 2845mAh battery and a larger, improved camera than the last-gen. There are also little design tweaks to make it look better. However, the department Motorola has worked the most on is the software. Motorola has really improved the software to do more things on that small screen upfront.
But the question still remains, are these changes worth the $1400 price tag. I personally don’t think so. Do let us know what you think about it in the comments section below