After a long wait, Moto has finally launched its all-new Razr. The Lenovo-owned phone company unveiled a revamped design of its legendary flip feature phone in the form of a flexible display smartphone.
To give users a nostalgic feeling, the company decided to go with a flip design that we generally associate with the good old days. And many people were really into it.
Hello, Moto! I dig the new Razr foldable phone, most interesting looking handset we've seen this year for sure! pic.twitter.com/gffMjNk9d7— Nafisa Akabor (@nafisa1) November 14, 2019
Motorola RAZR I like this phone a lot (because its a smaller phone not a hinged 1:1 aspect ratio tablet). Specs, price everything could have been better choose.— lovi007 (@Techlovi1) November 14, 2019
RAZR is back #MotoRazr@MKBHD pic.twitter.com/Tk1IDay8hW
Also, how in the heck did Moto leapfrog Samsung here???!!?— Daniel (@Altimax98) November 14, 2019
This creaseless and superior hinge design looks stronger and better able to handle day to day stresses, and more aesthetically pleasing then the Fold is. Plus splash resistance and a near perfect fold. #Razr
Motorola RAZR is back! @MotorolaUS @motorolaindia have done great job on the hinges,thr is no visible crease on screen,thr is nthng lke it on market RN.— Mayur Srivastava (@is_this_mayur) November 14, 2019
Trust me while i say YOU ARE GONNA WANNA FLIP. #MotoRazr
Also pic credits @MKBHD pic.twitter.com/njbkHjfsKp
I’m super excited for the new Moto Razr, but too expensive for me and it’s specs. 😅— CiD Marche (@CiDMarche) November 14, 2019
I want a Moto RAZR. It looks so good.— Jinx And Tuna (@JinxTuna) November 14, 2019
And it's on my birthday... I'm not treating myself with that price. Still this looks beautiful!— Yusuf | That Tech Though (@ThatTechThough) November 14, 2019
However, there were also people who think the phone is overpriced and the low-end specs feel like they are also from the 2000s.
As excited as I am for the new Moto Razr, I'm gonna sit this one out (at least for now).— truwho82 (@truwho82) November 14, 2019
The 2nd gen will probably iron out all the kinks, launch at a lower price, and launch with better specs.
Also please stop with the Verizon exclusivity.
In 2020 @MotorolaUS will reintroduce the #MotoRazr exclusive to Verzion— Jason C - I’m just Saying 🤷🏻♂️ (@Jason_Chinsolo) November 14, 2019
-Snapdragon 710 (Mid 2018)
-2500 mAH Battery (10% smaller than Pixel 4)
-Ships with Android Pie 9.0
-Camera sensor from One Plus Six
Price below...... What the HELL
I’m Just Saying🤷🏻♂️ pic.twitter.com/RtiFJDYucU
I like the design of #MotoRazr but the specs are bothering me. That's too much for $1500 price tag— Chaitu THE TECHIE💻💾📱 (@revosa) November 14, 2019
Has a battery half the size of Galaxy Fold.— Atulya Aman (@atulyaaman) November 14, 2019
2 vs 6 cameras in the Fold.
Has 2 year old SD710 compared to 855 in the Fold.
People and reviewer's were moaning about Fold and called it overpriced? What would you call this now? #MotoRazr #GalaxyFold https://t.co/4btdBAOPpk
1500 bucks for 2730mah and SD710 and what about Charging speed 5W?— Gowtham Vicky (@gowthamvicky169) November 1, 2019
Not a comparision but Realme X have SD710 OLED disp 3750mah Ful screen disp for 230 dollars 😂 Foldable disp and Extra disp is there but diff of 1250 dollars is much!
$1500 for sd710 is insane— JK urPal (@JaipalKuchi) November 1, 2019
Better FOLD at $2k
At $500 nowadays we'll get everything except 'folding'
Are you having a giggle— tubeuser69 (@tubeuser69) October 31, 2019
Those low end specs for that 1.5k price
You can get the xiaomi suit xs max ecosystem for 999 or oneplus 7t with galaxy tab a 🔟 inch
I was SO psyched for this phone, but no way in Hell I'd pay $1,500 for it.— Eevnos (@Eevnos) October 31, 2019
I know a lot of people will and it's a great concept, so more power to 'em.
I think it will be an instant fail at this price...— Redskull (@RedskullPro) October 31, 2019
" Snapdragon 710 gonna be cheap device "— AzhanFikri (@azhnfkri) November 1, 2019
" Around 1500?! " pic.twitter.com/3lUFLf2cSE
That screen looks very plastic when you see the light reflecting off of it.— Phil Nolan (フィルです) (@PhilNolan3D) November 14, 2019