Motorola has taken the wraps off its new foldable device, the Razr 5G. As the name implies, this is the successor to last year’s Razr, and while it improves on a lot of things, it’s generally going in the same direction, of combining the latest foldable screen tech with a hit of nostalgia.
So it looks like a Razr, and unmistakably so. Under the hood, you get the Snapdragon 765G chipset this time around, for more performance and higher mobile data speeds. This is paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
Motorola Razr 5G in Polished Graphite
The outer screen is a 2.7″ gOLED with 800×600 resolution, for 370 ppi pixel density. On the inside, you have a 6.2″ pOLED with 876×2142 resolution, which has 373 ppi.
Motorola Razr 5G in Liquid Mercury
More apps now work with the external screen, such as camera, messages, calculator, Google Keep, Google News, Google Home, and YouTube. These are just the defaults, though, you can manually grant permission for any app do do its thing on that screen. This display now has support for gesture navigation too.
Motorola Razr 5G in Blush Gold
The Razr 5G has a “water repellant design”, a 2,800 mAh battery with support for 15W charging, and a 48 MP camera with f/1.7 aperture, OIS, and laser autofocus. The selfie snapper is a 20 MP unit with f/2.2 aperture.
The phone will be out sometime this fall in China and “select European markets” in Polished Graphite (aka black or dark gray), Liquid Mercury (aka silver), and Blush Gold. Other countries will follow. In the US it will be offered unlocked at Best Buy, B&H, Amazon, and Motorola’s online store for $1,399. Additionally, T-Mobile and AT&T will sell it too. It runs Android 10.