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Sweet, sweet nostalgia. It’s even better when you pepper that nostalgia with hyped technologies, and that’s exactly what Motorola has done with the new RAZR.
Yes, I said RAZR.
On Thursday, the Lenovo-owned company announced the new Motorola RAZR, brought fully up to 2019 spec thanks to a foldable display and spicy mid-range hardware.
Taking the traditional clamshell and pushing it one step further, the RAZR’s 6.2-inch 2142×876 display now folds in half, turning what should be an unwieldy pocket beast into something much more portable.
Beneath its folding skin, the new RAZR is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset, with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
Notably, there are only two cameras on this device: one 5MP snapper on the screen-side, and another 16MP f/1.7 camera on the outside, complete with autofocus and laser focus.
The outside of the RAZR also sports a small 2.7-inch display.
For those concerned about numbers, the battery may be the weakest part of the device. It sports a modest 2510mAh cell.
All-in-all, this reinvented flip phone is set to retail for around $1500, but Motorola has not yet confirmed this. That’s around $500 cheaper than the Galaxy Fold, mind.
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