Motorola introduced a foldable Moto Razr smartphone. US lovers will have to deal with the Galaxy Z Flip 4 or the older Motorola Razr for folding phones. Motorola could release it in the US later, and we hope it does because it looks solid.
Moto Razr 2022 has a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU, therefore performance should be great.
Motorola Razr 2022 specs?
Square with no chin
6.7in OLED 144Hz screen 2.7in front screen 50Mp primary camera Snapdragon 8+
512GB storage, 12GB RAM
Now that the phone is official, we have all the specs.
As rumoured, the inside screen is 6.7in P-OLED. In order to fit the larger display, the characteristic chin design (available in black or white) is gone. It’s a 10-bit panel with HDR10+ compatibility, DC dimming, and 144Hz refresh rate, which is greater than the projected 120Hz.
A gapless folding design minimised the crease, and the phone’s closed teardrop shape has a 3.3mm radius.
The Razr’s hinge design allows the screen to be split for different tasks. This lets you utilise the camera when the phone is in ‘tripod’ mode.
The outer screen is 2.7in (not 3in as rumoured) and features nine widgets for different tasks and selfies.
Use the 50Mp OIS main camera for selfies. 1/1.55in sensor with 1.0m pixels (4-in-1 binning: 2.0m). A 13Mp ultrawide with 121 degree vision and autofocus can take macro images at 2.8cm.
Razr 2022 has a 32MP punch-hole camera.
After mid-range CPUs, Motorola has opted for the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 with 8- or 12GB of RAM.
128GB, 256GB, or 512GB of storage (market dependent), with only the biggest having 12GB of RAM.
The battery is 3500mAh (up from 2800mAh), and charging is 33W.
Dual-SIM, 5G, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, GPS, NFC, and USB-C. Side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Android 12 comes with Motorola’s MyUI 4.0 skin. This supports Ready For 3.5, so users can connect it to a desktop monitor.