Hello style, meet substance. Motorola̵
The new 5G Razr is almost identical to its predecessor except for its rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, improved hinge, and improved specs. Still, the Razr’s tech improvements make it a lot more practical for the price. People who couldn’t justify spending $ 1,400 on the 4G Razr (with a lackluster Snapdragon 710 chip) may feel more inclined to spend their money on a 5G phone.
That’s not to say the Razr 5G is a powerful device. The specs are nearly identical to the $ 500 Motorola One 5G, and it still lacks the refreshing display and wireless charging features that are common on mid-range and premium devices.
Yes, you still pay a premium for style. However, the Razr 5G is not unique in its issues. Other foldable devices, including the Galaxy Z Fold and Surface Duo, have extreme price tags despite their mid-range processors and limited features. If you’re just glad the Razr finally supports 5G, head over to Motorola’s website to buy the phone on October 2nd at the special price of $ 1,200.