Strange as of 2020 in just one year Motorola released a razor phone with a folding screen Launched a new and improved version in February and again six months later. Early razor packed nostalgia and A High tech hinge This allowed the phone to bend the screen in half. But while the phone was certainly highly anticipated and unique, it had some major flaws, including midtier specs, short battery life, and a $ 1,500 price tag (£ 1,500, AU $ 2,699).
The new Motorola razor, which goes on sale this fall, brings a glimpse of hardware and software changes and improvements. Its low price is also $ 1,400 (converts to about £ 1,075 or AU $ 1,920), which makes it cheaper Samsung’s $ 1,450 Galaxy Z Flip 5G And a little more savory during this epidemic, in which consumers are wary of higher costs. I should note that in 2020, Motorola has released several affordable phones ranging from $ 200 to $ 500, including Motorola one 5g.
One thing that remains unchanged is The fancy box it comes in. Unlike coffin-like boxes, most phones are packed inside, the razor stands upright with a transparent lid so you can see the phone before opening it. The lid raises to reveal the foldable phone located in the box’s angled base.
Motorola designed the box so that its bottom could be used as a stand for razors. The edges of its base are dotted with small holes to amplify the audio from the phone’s speaker grille, which is actually very handy when listening to music, podcasts or audiobooks. That said, the base is just a box – it doesn’t have the power to recharge the phone or raise music to the level of a standalone Bluetooth speaker. However, the box has its uses and it will certainly surprise people when it first opens.
The new Motorola razor looks even thinner when you fold it in half
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Apart from the Motorola Razor and its special box, you get:
- A minor case
- A turbopower wall charger with USB-A
- USB-C to USB-A Cable
- One headphone jack for USB-C adapter