Motorola ‘s latest folding handset Moto Razr is going to be launched in India today. The company had earlier launched the Moto Razr folder phone in the US market. Talking about features, users will get support for powerful cameras, processors and powerful RAM in this device. The launch event will begin at 12.30 pm on the company’s official site and YouTube channel. So let us know about the possible price and specifications of the moto razor in detail.
Motorola Razor Price In India:
Motorola can keep the price of this phone around Rs 1 lakh. However, Motorola razr will get the original price and specifications only after the launch. Let’s tell you that the company has launched this phone in the US with a price tag of 1,499 dollars (Rs 1, 05988).
Motorola Razr Specifications:
The company has given the design of clamshell and flip in this phone. Users will also get a 6.2-inch OLED display with a resolution of 876×2142 pixels. After turning, the screen will be 2.7 inches in size. Users will be able to click selfies from this display and they will have music control with message notifications. Also, this phone has been given octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC and six GB RAM for better performance.
Motorola Razor’s Camera:
Motorola has given a 16 megapixels primary shooter camera in this phone. At the same time, users will get night vision mode so that they can click a spectacular picture at night. In addition, AI (artificial intelligence) technology has also been provided in this phone’s camera. On the other hand, the front of this phone has a five megapixels front camera.
Connectivity and battery of Motorola Razr:
The smartphone features features such as 4G LET, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi, GPS and USB Type-C port. In addition, users will get a battery of 2,510 mah, equipped with 15 watt fast charging feature. Motorola Razor will work on Android 9.0 Pie operating system.
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