Motorola foldable smartphone Moto Razr announced November last year, has launched in India in March earlier this year, but on account of COVID 19 breakdown in the country which restricted eCommerce to the selling of just daily essentials, the sale was postponed multiple times.
The sale, which was initially set to the 2nd of April, has finally started after the government of India allowed delivery of non-essentials in green and orange zones. The phone is available on Flipkart, and the price starts at INR 1,24,999.
Motorola Razr is a foldable smartphone by Motorola, like Galaxy Z Flip, earlier launched by Samsung at INR 1,15,000. The phone comes with a Snapdragon 710 Chipset onboard with a 6GB of RAM. The internal storage is 128GB. Moto Razr runs on an outdated Android 9 out of the box and comes with a mare 2510 mAh battery that supports 15W standard fast charge.
The Moto Razr's biggest highlight is the presence of a foldable display upfront that measures 6.2 inches and comes with a resolution of 2142x876 pixels. The display also features a flat notch at the top containing a 5MP front camera.
Moto Razr also carries a secondary display, placed on the flap, usable up-closed. The secondary display measures 2.7 inches and displays messages, time, and some other minimal notifications.
Moto Razr price in India is 1,24,999 INR, and the sale is already on, but it could be hard for Indians to digest the crazy price tag that Moto Razr comes with, despite offering a non-impressive spec sheet, and availability of better value for money options like - Galaxy Z Flip.
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