Motorola Razr Flip Phone Review
February 12, 2020
Are flip phones experiencing a comeback? Motorola seems to think so, if its newly released Razr is any indication. The phone is one of several new smartphone designs that retailers may want to consider stocking. Although not everyone will be taken by a throwback to the flip phone, the new updated looks and features may hold appeal for many customers.
Tech Radar carried the new Razr around for a weekend and wrote an in-depth review of the experience; here are some of the findings they reported:
- How easily the new Razr fits into a pocket – it’s half the size of a regular smartphone
- “Lift to wake” feature makes it easy to see the time and notifications without pushing a button
- “Twist to launch” camera allows for quick, easy self portraits
- The new and improved mini front screen shows important info, much like a smartwatch
- It takes great daylight camera shots, even rivaling the quality of the flagship Razr camera
- A big price tag for such a tiny phone: the new flip Razr is twice the cost of an iPhone 11 Pro or Galaxy Note 10
- You can feel the hinge behind the thin plastic screen when open
- The volume and lock buttons are so thin they’re sharp; it’s hard to figure out which is which on the fly
- It’s hard to find the lock button to check the time
- Sub-par low light and night pictures
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