Motorola Razr 2019: Is This $1500 Folding Phone From The Future Or The Past?

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The re-imagined Motorola Razr is part flashy technological feat and part practical portability perk, sold at a premium price despite some forgettable specs. If you’re thinking that sounds familiar, then you much have been around for the first Motorola RAZR launch back in 2004! Despite its high price, that RAZR product family would go on to sell 130 million units over the next four years, going down in the history books as the most successful flip phone of all time. Can Motorola capture lightning in a bottle again? I recently got a sneak peek at the company’s flexible-display flagship branded simply “razr” – and while my enthusiasm for the foldable category doubtless colors my impression, I came away hopeful for the Motorola brand name for the first time in four years.



MrMobile’s Motorola Razr 2019 Hands-On / Motorola Razr 2020 Hands-On was produced following three hours with a Motorola Razr review sample at a Motorola press event in Los Angeles. Preproduction device running pre-release software. MrMobile does not produce paid or sponsored reviews; Motorola was not offered copy approval and no compensation was requested or provided in exchange for this coverage.


Motorola Razr Hands-On [Android Central]:



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  1. Id rather the samsung flip.i doubt these are gonna sell.the old razar sold cause it was actually good.but samsungs flips specs camera n looks n everything is just better n more sleek.

  2. This is awesome and I want one. You also didn't mention that now that the phone folds to protect the screen, most people will have no need to bother with a phone case or any kind of protector for this phone.

  3. If I ever migrate to the Android – I want this phone or it’s successor (I hope this experiment will be successful and pay off to Motorola). I used to have Motorola phones when I was teenager and I loved it. I still have E398 in a working condition. That stereo effect though!
    P.S. Samsung Fold looked like a joke before I saw Razr, and not it’s just seems to be fake not a good folding phone.

  4. The only way this could be better would be if the small front display was e-ink: imagine how much longer would it last, how you could read anything even in direct sunlight… Otherwise it seems pretty much perfect.


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