Few people remember Motorola's popularity nowadays. However, in 2004, everyone admired the Motorola RAZR V3. This clamshell became truly legendary.
Looks like Motorola hasn't forgotten its legacy. The company has announced a modern version of the RAZR. The device knows how to fold in half.
Only the effect is achieved differently. Motorola has used a narrow, flexible display. It can be bent in the spirit of the Samsung Galaxy Fold. The smartphone is as if it opens and closes.
Inside is a 6.21-inch screen. It is an OLED matrix with a resolution of 2142 by 876 pixels. The aspect ratio is 21:9. Agree, unconventional.
On the outside, there is a 2.7-inch secondary panel. It displays notifications and useful information. For example, control of the music player.
Special mention should be made of the retro mode. It brings back the interface of 16 years ago. A stylish on-screen keyboard is attached. However, it is not necessary to turn it on.
"Out of the box" is installed Android 9.0 Pie. What is interesting: there is no slot for a SIM card. Communication with the network is provided by a built-in eSIM. It allows you to change operators and rates on the fly.
You won't have to worry about performance. Motorola RAZR offers an 8-core Snapdragon 710 processor. The chip runs at clock speeds of up to 2.2 GHz.
Motorola hasn't skimped on memory. There is 6GB of RAM and 128GB of flash storage. The Adreno 616 gas pedal is responsible for the graphics.
There is also a fingerprint scanner and NFC. Contactless payments via Google Pay are supported. What is the situation with shooting? There are two cameras: the main dual 16 MP and an additional 5 MP.
The battery capacity is decent at 2,510 mAh. In addition, 15W fast charging is available. Complementing the configuration is a USB 3.0 Type-C port.
The Motorola RAZR will go on sale on January 9, 2020. Want to get one? Save your money - the gadget will cost $1500.