It’s official now. After many rumors, Motorola has officially presented the new version of its folding smartphone, the Razr 5G. The new model has some improvements among its specifications, including support for 5G networks that it speaks in its own name, and a lower price than the original version of the Razr.
In general, the design of the new Razr is more rounded, however, it maintains the same size of both screens. The external panel has a diagonal of 2.7 inches with a resolution of 800×600 pixels, and the internal screen is once again a 6.2-inch OLED panel, with a resolution of 2,142×876 pixels. On the other hand, Motorola has replaced the fingerprint reader, which was on the lower front of the original Razr, and this time they have included it on the back, above the brand’s logo, which should make it much easier and natural access to the sensor.
The processor of the new Razr 5G is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G, and it has 8 GB of RAM (an increase from the 6 GB of the first Razr). Its storage capacity is 256 GB, doubling the amount of the original model. The battery in the new Razr 5G has also increased in size, from 2,510 mAh in the first model to 2,800 mAh. It is far from the 5,000 mAh that Moto offers on many other of their devices (clearly due to the phone’s format), but the company claims that this battery offers a full day of use.
As for its cameras, it has a single 48 MP main sensor, and a 20 MP internal camera. As in the first Razr, it is possible to use the main camera for selfies or video calls, with the phone closed, taking advantage of the front screen of the device, the same screen that can also be used to access different applications.
The new Moto Razr 5G is priced at $ 1,399, $ 100 less than the launch price of the first Razr. It will be available worldwide from the end of this year.[via[víaAndroid Authority]