Motorola Razr 2019: Is This $1500 Folding Phone From The Future Or The Past?

Pubblicato il 14 nov 2019
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[MOTOROLA RAZR 2019 HANDS-ON / MOTOROLA RAZR 2020 HANDS-ON]
The re-imagined Motorola Razr is part flashy technological feat and part practical portability perk, sold at a premium price despite some forgettable specs. If you’re thinking that sounds familiar, then you much have been around for the first Motorola RAZR launch back in 2004! Despite its high price, that RAZR product family would go on to sell 130 million units over the next four years, going down in the history books as the most successful flip phone of all time. Can Motorola capture lightning in a bottle again? I recently got a sneak peek at the company's flexible-display flagship branded simply "razr" - and while my enthusiasm for the foldable category doubtless colors my impression, I came away hopeful for the Motorola brand name for the first time in four years.

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MrMobile's Motorola Razr 2019 Hands-On / Motorola Razr 2020 Hands-On was produced following three hours with a Motorola Razr review sample at a Motorola press event in Los Angeles. Preproduction device running pre-release software. MrMobile does not produce paid or sponsored reviews; Motorola was not offered copy approval and no compensation was requested or provided in exchange for this coverage.

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Commenti

  • I buyed last time 6 when the release And I still until now Since 7 I leaved waiting new model Since x I dont track new model I didnt watch 11's any videos YET 😂 And now I'm very happy about this decision🌹❤💕👏👏👏👏👏

  • I feel same emotion as like release N900 Woow I was young and ı miss those emotions 😂😁😂

  • I almost love it Moto motion and active display are a must The flip is cool and nostalgic But the camera and price are are turning me off. Plus I'm on AT&T... guess I'll stick with the Moto X

  • Iron mans new phone lol

  • ergaliaria xronia pollh igies astenon telon

  • Samsung: Hey, we've worked out how to fold a screen! Motorola: Hold my beer.

  • This is the future. A small phone that can be everything is just ideal, even a large screen phone

  • It' s just a curved hinge phone of good idea, but too expensive.

  • the future... ♥

  • Price is very more in indea

  • I realy need that phone

  • Honestly...Motorala just killed the iPhone one-piece large phone design in what seems like an almost accidental shot. How the fuck did this happen?

  • Except for the price - I love this! Only thing I'd change is some more metallic outer finnish. Like a dark blue or something. But damn it's nice.

  • Very intriguing design. Opening price might be a little bit high, but early adopters are often ready to pay a premium... I guess in mid 2020 it will drop below 1000 bucks, and then it starts to get interesting for more people. I believe that 600 bucks would be the sweet spot for this. Maybe with a cellular contract it will be cheap enough. I'm looking forward to get one as soon as it becomes affordable. Let's wait and see.

  • I'll wait for the next upgraded one

  • 2 year old tech with low battery for $1500. i don't think so.

  • Can you review the axon 10 pro

  • Dude you should narrate for Hollywood movies, you got the talent. No joke, give it a shot.

  • Lenovo

  • Mike: is it the future or the past?

  • Nay Sayers: Premium price, medium performance and no real advantage to a regular phone. Yay Sayers: Nostaolgia Nay Sayers: Old Razr feel more premium looking than this plasticy Razr. Yay Sayers: Nostaolgia, worth any price Me: Wait for next copied version

  • i really wanted this until he mentioned the specs. im not rich enough to regret buying one

  • 1500? Snap dragon and the mah is a fail its not worth 1500

  • I'm not usually a phone person, but this intrigues me.

  • I'm sorry but in my eyes vertical phones are literally useless the only point I see is to make it more compact when you're not using it. Folding the other way is actually useful because you have a bigger screen

  • I need it.

  • Please, rich people, buy this phone and make them make even cheaper phones for people like me.

  • Motorola made a new category phone: SMART BURNER

  • What about an "open and close" test for 24 hours.

  • Michael’s so handsome 😍😍

  • i think developement of the foldayble screen costs so much they had to cut at some corners... to be honest every where. 4g, 6gb ram, bad cpu, bad cam, 120gb without sd slot and so on... and still the price is so high... BUT if i had the money now. i would buy it. new tec in an old phone.

  • Man what is the matter with your hands? There are times they are worryingly shaky

  • Bro they have got to imput a fingerprint scanner into the motorola imprint on the back of the new moto razr. If they don't I will die.

  • battery... :(

  • Google should've kept moto and made this the Pixel4. Maybe G kept rights to the hinge patent and uses it for a killer P5 to finally surpass iphone

  • Battery and price is a a big disadvantage

  • Verizon only.... aiight I'mma head out.

  • Samsung taking notes for the fold 2

  • When the specs match the price I'll give it a second look.

    • @D. Corey I fully agree with the Art. That's why I want one!

    • specs are fine for the display size.this is a 4G phone with 6GB of RAM and 128GB.It's also more than a phone.it's ART.

  • I remember at the peak of the razr phone literally everyone , no jokes , everyone was using one. I think I see more RAZR than I see iPhone nowadays and that is saying something