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Motorola Razr Foldable Phone [All You Need to Know]

Motorola Razr Foldable Phone:
Written by Hassan Abbas

Motorola Razr Foldable Phone: The Royole Flexpai, technically, was the first foldable phone game. However, it was Samsung’s Galaxy Fold that made major news. Since then, we’ve to look at foldable devices like the Huawei Mate X smartphone and the Lenovo foldable ThinkPad laptop, with Xiaomi and OPPO also having teased their versions of foldable phones.

Now Motorola has made its mark in the foldable territory released the Motorola Razr Foldable Clamshell Phone.


Besides the competitors in the foldable market, the new foldable Razr phone from Motorola doesn’t bear powerful specifications.

  • Primary Display: 6.2-inch Foldable P-OLED (2142 x 876 pixels) primary display with 373 PPI pixel density.
    • Secondary 2.7-inch G-OLED display with 600 x 800 pixels resolution
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 (10 nm) processor with Adreno 616 GPU
  • RAM: 6GB RAM / 128GB onboard storage
  • Camera: 16MP dual-pixel main camera and TOF 3D camera with PDAF, dual-LED flash, 2160p video recording
    • 5MP f/2.0 selfie camera
  • Battery: 2510mAh battery with 15W fast charging
  • Android 9 Pie



Does foldable Motorola Razr look like the classic RAZR V3?

As expected, the Razr foldable phone bears some heavy resemblance to the classic RAZR V3 from 2004.

At the start, Motorola Razr foldable flip phone has a touchscreen on the inside as well as on the outside. Also, a small screen on the front of the phone below which is the primary camera. The camera resides on the classic Motorola logo on the original RAZR V3. The screen supports touch functionality, besides showing notifications and acting as the primary camera’s viewfinder.


Once you open the phone or flipping it, it involves the same mechanism, that uses your thumb and slides it in between the two converging parts. While the mechanism is similar, it’s difficult how to use it since the new Razr is wider and has got more weight to it.

Once you open the phone, you’ll be greeted to a larger display. There’s a wide notch at the top which the same 5MP selfie camera. Just like you would on an older device while the bottom part of the phone isn’t as traditional as you’d want it to be.

This module that resides below the display looks like an unavoidable measure to retain a fingerprint scanner, antennas, vibration sensor, and network components for the phone. When the phone is closed the Razr lays flat with the bottom lip.

Is the Moto Razr different from Galaxy Fold?

Samsung’s Galaxy Fold has a dual-screen design having a large 7.3-inch screen that can fold to a smaller 4.6-inch panel on the front. The device has the functionality of a tablet with the pocketable form of a phone having a lot of features on both fronts. Motorola’s version is converting a tall phone into a much smaller device without compromising on regular smartphone features.

Besides implementing six cameras like on the Fold, Motorola’s Razr foldable will only use two. Make sure Galaxy Fold is powered by a Snapdragon 855 chipset. While Motorola’s foldable settles for a Snapdragon 710 that is present on mid-range smartphones.

Is it be powerful enough to compete with its rivals?

Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X both are charging by flagship processors – Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and Hisilicon Kirin 980. In addition, the Motorola Razr is previously featured in the Realme X, Nokia 8.1 and Oppo K3. The Snapdragon 710 is the 8th most powerful mobile processor from Qualcomm and the third-best chipset under the Snapdragon 700-series.

Should you buy the Motorola Razr

The Motorola Razr is the first foldable phones. Since you can pack a narrow and tall phone on a pager-like profile having no loss in functionalities on both screens. The Razr employs the same camera setup for primary imaging and selfie purposes. But falls behind older phones and even in the Galaxy Fold in terms of flexibility.


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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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