Motorola Razr 5G Price, Full Specifications Tipped Ahead of Launch


Motorola Razr 5G is expected to be unveiled later today; alternatively, ahead of the launch, the full specifications in addition to expected pricing of the foldable phone have surfaced online. An online outline by WinFuture has listed all of the specifications of the phone, along side renders. The Razr 5G will reportedly pack a 48-megapixel camera setup, Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC, and 8GB of RAM. The next-generation foldable phone of the Lenovo-owned company has been subject to a lot of leaks during the last few weeks.

Motorola Razr 5G price (expected)

The Motorola Razr 5G will be priced at EUR 1,500 (more or less Rs. 1.29 lakh) in Europe, where it’s going to be launched first, in a black colour variant, as per the outline by Winfuture. It’ll later make its way to the United States in an exclusive Blush Gold colour variant. The phone could also be expected to be launched in China on September 10.

Motorola Razr 5G specifications (expected)

According to the outline, Motorola Razr 5G will feature a 6.2-inch foldable OLED display with a resolution of 876×2142 pixels, and 21:9 aspect ratio. It’ll have a secondary 2.7-inch OLED display with a resolution of 600×800 pixel. The secondary display will also be operated by touch and used to function one of the functions of the phone.

The next-generation foldable phone has an improved design from its predecessor, Motorola Razr, as per the renders. The Motorola Razr 5G will have 256GB onboard storage and a unmarried nano SIM slot, and also beef up eSIM functionality. The fingerprint sensor will be located behind the phone and the phone will pack a larger 2,800mAh battery with 15W fast charging.

On the camera front, the phone is said to pack a 48-megapixel main camera below the secondary display with f/1.7 aperture and OIS, in addition to a side-mounted LED flash. For selfies, the Motorola Razr 5G is reportedly going to feature a 20-megapixel camera.

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