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The Moto Razr 5G is the second generation of Motorola's foldable smartphones and comes with a 6.2" internal screen and a 2.7" external screen.
There is a single device storage option of 256GB available on the Moto Razr and there is no microSD card slot. Three colour choices are available: Polished Graphite, Blush Gold and Liquid Mercury.
The Moto Razr may also variously be called the Moto Razr 5G, the Motorola Razr 2, the Moto Razr 2020 or the Razr gen 2.
|Moto Razr 5G|
|Pixel resolution||876 x 2142 at 373 ppi|
|Dimensions||Height: 3.61" (folded), 6.66" (unfolded)
Width: 2.86" (folded and unfolded)
Depth: 0.63" (folded), 0.31" (unfolded)
|Operating system||Android 10|
|Video recording||4K recording at 30 fps, 1080p at up to 120 fps|
|Colours||Polished Graphite, Blush Gold, Liquid Mercury|
The main camera on the Moto Razr has one 48MP 26mm lens with an aperture of 1.7.
This camera utilises quad-pixel binning technology to produce 12MP images, so it's important for potential Moto Razr 5G users to note the 48MP specifications of this camera module may not match up to the experience with other handsets with multiple lenses.
On the front of the Moto Razr is a 20MP selfie camera, again with quad-pixel binning.
Video recording using the main camera is available in 4K at 30 fps or in 1080p HD at 30 fps, 60 fps or 120 fps. On the selfie camera, 1080p video can be recorded at 30 fps or 60 fps.
As a flip phone, the Moto Razr 5G has two displays. The main display that can be seen when the phone is opened is a 6.2-inch OLED display with a 21:9 aspect ratio. This display is made from plastic to accommodate the folding mechanism.
When the device is closed, the external display is an OLED panel with a pixel resolution of 800 x 600. This screen is 2.7 inches diagonally.
Only one storage option is available with Moto Razr mobile phone deals: 256GB.
For most customers, this will be enough space, although it is worth noting there is no microSD slot on the device, so these storage levels cannot be boosted on the device itself. Instead, a user would need a cloud storage solution to synch with the device and this should be factored into the handset costs.
Those who would prefer cheaper devices with less storage may want to compare Moto Razr deals alongside handsets from other manufacturers.
The design of the Moto Razr 5G recreates the iconic flip phone. It has one large internal display and a smaller display on the front of the handset when the phone is closed. There is also a fingerprint sensor on the rear of the device.
The Moto Razr has an aluminium frame with a stainless steel hinge while the front and rear of the handset are protected with Gorilla Glass 5.
It comes in three colour options: Polished Graphite, Blush Gold or Liquid Mercury. All three colour variants have a black panel around the OLED screen on the closed front of the phone to allow the display to be seen clearly.
The Moto Razr 5G battery is comparatively small at 2800mAh. This means it may not last users as long as other handsets would, and this is something to bear in mind when users compare Moto Razr mobile phone deals with devices from other manufacturers.
However, it's also important to note many smaller tasks such as answering calls and controlling music will be done via the small screen on the front of the closed device rather than opening the entire HDR+ screen. This will reduce the impact on the battery during a day's use.
Motorola say the Moto Razr 5G screen can be folded around 200,000 times. On a day-to-day level, this means the handset could be folded around 100 times a day for five years without the hinge and screen wearing out.
No, the clamshell design of the Moto Razr 5G means that it is not water resistant or dust resistant. Motorola do say it employs water repellent technology, but that is not the same as an IP rating and Moto Razr users should be cautious near water.
The Moto Razr uses quad-pixel technology within its camera. This allows the camera to take a group of four adjacent pixels and treat them as a single pixel. For smartphone users, this improves the overall image quality while still ensuring the camera and its sensors are small enough to be housed in the slim design of a smartphone.
Any Moto Razr comparison with other devices will focus on the Moto Razr's clamshell design and this is the main difference between the device and its rivals. However, the battery life and camera specifications of the Moto Razr do not compete with many flagship devices and customers may be reluctant to spend over £1000 on this handset.