It’s a tired trope of the tech world to say that “the sequel is what version one should have been.” But in the case of one of the most famous brands in mobile phone history, you can’t help but wonder what might have happened if last year’s Motorola Razr … had been the Motorola Razr 2020 instead.
In last week’s Motorola Razr 2020 Hands-On I took you through the differences between the Razr 5G and its 2019 predecessor, so you already know that the spec sheet upgrades and hardware tweaks Motorola made to modernize this model … well, they worked. The Razr 2020 / Razr 5G feels less like a first-generation folding phone, more like a fully-realized fashion flip phone – and that added polish now puts it within striking distance of Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip.
Those improvements are more than enough to make me commit to the Motorola Razr 5G as one of my two everyday-carry devices for 2020 – but $1399.99 is a lot to spend for anyone who doesn’t have a device-review budget. Is the Razr 2020 good enough for you to finally cross the foldable phone divide? Find out in MrMobile’s Motorola Razr 5G Review![SUBSCRIBE TO MRMOBILE]
MrMobile’s Motorola Razr 5G Review / Motorola Razr 2020 Review was produced following ten days with a Motorola Razr 2020 / Razr 5G review sample provided by Motorola. Preproduction device running launch-day software, tested on T-Mobile in and around Brooklyn, NY.
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