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Motorola Upgrades its razr Foldables Across the Board

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Jun 25, 2024, 11:00 AM   by Rich Brome
updated Jun 25, 2024, 11:15 AM

Motorola has revealed its new razr and razr+ foldable phones for 2024. While the price points are unchanged at $700 and $1,000, both models get important upgrades. The most obvious and important is that the cheaper model now has the same large (3.6-inch) OLED touch display on the outside as last year's plus model, offering extensive functionality while closed. Both models also get the same new and improved main camera with 50 megapixel resolution and OIS, and much better waterproofing (IPx8 to withstand full immersion). Both also share a new hinge design that's 30% smaller while offering better reliability, stability, dust resistance, and "crease" resistance. Both have Gorilla Glass Victus protecting the outer display and a similar 6000-series aluminum frame. Both have a 6.9-inch flexible main display inside with FHD+ resolution, and HDR10+. Other features in common include Google Gemini AI pre-installed, 256 GB of storage, 15-watt wireless charging, Bluetooth 5.4, and a 32 megapixel internal camera.

Pre-orders for both start July 10, with first availability for both on July 24. T-Mobile will offer both models. AT&T will offer the razr+, and the more affordable razr will also come to Cricket, Consumer Cellular, Spectrum, US Cellular, and Xfinity.


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Jun 26, 2024, 12:53 PM

I miss last year's Razr 2023

The cheaper Razr last year was a better design, more durable, and easier to hold with the nice, grippy textured material on BOTH SIDES. Now there's a screen to get fingerprints on and break/scratch on the outside of the foldable, while before you'd fold it and really only have that small display to worry about. When opened, it looked like a normal phone with a camera array across the top. Would also be nice if ANYONE would make a flip phone that had a MicroSD slot in place of the second SIM card as an option...
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