Motorola just announced the Razr 5G, the company’s newest compact foldable and the sequel to last year’s beautiful (but flawed) Razr reboot. This time around, Moto’s outfitted the smartphone with updates across the board, including more powerful specs, a refined design, and major software upgrades to build a much more convincing package.
Motorola razr (2020) specs include a 6.2-inch main display, Snapdragon 765G processor, 8GB RAM, and 256GB storage. The phone is powered by a 2800mAh battery and Android 10. The main camera is 48MP, while the front one is 20MP. Motorola razr (2020) is 5G ready and costs $1400, Thus GHS 8,094.10.
The new Razr 5G will be available in three color variants for $1399. Thus GHS 8,094.10. It’s still expensive, but a much better value than last year’s model and possibly many of its foldable peers, especially as it undercuts the Z Flip 5G. All variants will support eSIM as well as a physical nanoSIM card.
While many rivals feel like big devices that can get smaller, the new Razr 5G feels like a compact phone that can grow bigger when needed. Though we reserve judgement for now, Motorola’s latest effort looks like a step in the right direction in this exciting new foldable territory.