Motorola has now launched its new foldable mobile Motorola Razr 5G. The phone has two screens, one inside which in the folded position measures 6.2 inches, with a 21: 9 aspect ratio in the horizontal position and a Quick View screen on the outside.
The mobile is said to be the only one on the market that in folded mode can be used to send messages, make video calls and access apps such as Google Maps, Spotify, Youtube Music, Pandora and more.
On the outside, the phone has a 48MP camera with Quad Pixel technology, which according to Motorola is “when the phone is closed, the most advanced selfie camera to date on the market”. Inside is another 20MP camera.
The phone’s design is thought to have a minimalist exterior with ingenuity on the inside with a tapered chin at the bottom, fingerprint reader on the back, polished 3D glass with 7000 series aluminum and an updated hinge that promises a lack of play and a durability of up to 200,000 folds, which according to Motorola corresponds to five years of high-frequency use.
As the name suggests, the Motorola Razr 5G supports 5G networks thanks to a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor and four 5G antennas.
The phone’s battery is said to last for the whole day without having to be charged. There is also support for NFC technology for payment via Google Pay as well as wireless sharing of contacts, photos and video.
When the Motorola Razr 5G will be available in Sweden is still unclear. The recommended price is in any case set at SEK 15,990.