Introducing the new motorola razr, where iconic, flippable design meets the latest 5G speed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor in an unmistakably modern look. When closed, the convenient Quick View display keeps you connected. Take beautiful photos with the 48 MP with OIS and Quad Pixel technology doubles as an advanced selfie camera. Flip open and continue your experience on a 6.2” pOLED full touchscreen. Pocketable meets powerful with an all-day battery and Turbo Power charging. Discover the new razr. Android 10
Get relentless performance with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor. Keep running smoothly with a whopping 8GB memory. Enjoy 256GB of room for photos, music, movies, and games, and never give storage a second thought.
4G compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, Metro by T-Mobile, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
Download your favorite movies in minutes. Stream with virtually no buffering and video chat without lag. Compatible with T-Mobile's 5G* network now. Ready for 5G* on other networks dependent on carrier availability.
The 48MP*** camera comes with OIS and Quad Pixel technology so that you can capture sharper photos with 4x better low light sensitivity. It also doubles as a selfie camera with the phone flipped closed. With the 20MP rear camera, choose the 1.6µm Quad Pixel mode for 5MP photos.
6.2" Foldable pOLED Touchscreen Display
Revolutionary flexible material allows the gorgeous 6.2” pOLED display to fold in half, fitting comfortably in your palm or pocket. Precision-crafted metal and glass on the new razr add a thoroughly modern look to the unmistakable iconic design.
8GB RAM + 256GB**** Storage
Experience instant response times and ultra-fast performance with 8GB of RAM and 256GB**** of storage.
All-day battery** + Turbo Charging
Go up to 24 hours** without recharging, and then fuel up fast with TurboPower.
Iconic. Pocketable Design
The re-invented flip phone returns with a modern twist, crafted with premium materials and a main display that folds in half.
Interactive Quick View Display
Stay connected even while the phone is closed with the 2.7" gOLED display—reply to messages, skip songs, get directions, and more.
Superior Photos, Open & Closed
Enjoy brighter photos in low light with a 48 MP*** camera and optical image stabilization on the most advanced selfie camera of any smartphone.
Use natural gestures to access your favorite features and apps quickly and intuitively, such as quick capture, fast flashlight, three-finger screenshot and more.
Best Of Android OS
Get a more pure version of Android OS with motorola razr. No clunky software skins. No duplicate apps. Just the best phone for Android lovers, hands down.
Wi-Fi Hotspot Ready
Motorola razr offers Wi-fi hotspot connectivity in 2.4 GHz + 5 GHz for the best experience.
Add touch-enabled shoulder buttons to the top edge of the device for the most immersive, console-like gaming experience on the go. It also automatically blocks interruptions and gives you access to game-enhancing apps and tools.
Customize your home screen with unique fonts, colors, and icon shapes. Use simple gestures to access your phone’s camera, flashlight, and other key features. With My UX, your phone looks and functions the way you want it to.
*Based on 5G sub-6GHz network connectivity, providing 90-130 Mbps download speeds to the average user. Available with 5G service plan and 5G network coverage (available in certain areas in 2020, expanding after that). See carrier for details.
**All battery claims are approximate and based on the median user-tested across a mixed-use profile. Actual battery performance will vary and depends on many factors, including signal strength, network and device settings, temperature, battery condition, and usage patterns.
***48 MP sensor combines 4 pixels into 1 large quad pixel, for a photo resolution of 12 MP.
****Available user storage is less due to preloaded software, and is subject to change without notice due to software updates.
Excellent working phone with all bugs and flaws worked out in generation two. Totally recommended for anyone who wants a functional phone and the ability to turn heads when you have the retro mode on and the “Hello Moto” ring tone go off. Great but worth every penny!!
Hi StevenK, Thanks for your positive rating! We appreciate purchasing one of our phones. Your recommendation is highly appreciated. If you're interested, we'd like to hear your story and share it with other razr users here:https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/razr-2020-razr-5G/bd-p/razr_5g_2020_en. Love to have you there.-Jess
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Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Nice phone, but useless factory warranty
Owned for 6 months when reviewed.
The phone itself had been performing well until just a few weeks ago when it stopped powering up. I sent it in for warranty but was told because the back case was cracked from a drop (not even screen damage), they would need to repair that first for $1000 before they would fix the power up issue under warranty. So I think the take-away is don't count on the warranty if you have any cracks or physical damage regardless if it's related to failure! Very disappointed and won't purchase again due to the support. Pic attached to show the cracked back that caused the rejection of warranty so you can gauge!
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Of you truly want a phone because you are a weirdo
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
I in love with this phone.
Thougj, you cannot finf a case for the 2020 edition anywhere !!!
Love it it's quick, touch accuracy is unreal
Camera is great!
Cons: my GPS has been not been function since I purchase it wahhh
Nostalgia came true... It's so satisfying to use these type of the devices and remember when 10-15 years back you can finish your call by just closing your phone. And now Motorola delivers it to you - amazing quality, no reliability issues, super feelings and one of the best (and different) phones I ever used so far. Of course camera and battery life could be better, but you can't beat that style and nostalgia... And do not forget about Retro mode!
Hi Oleg, Wow! Thanks so much for this wonderful rating! Glad that you really appreciate what this phone has to offer. The device has an impressive design, specifications and features. If you're interested, we'd like to hear your story here on this Razr community: https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/razr-2020-razr-5G/bd-p/razr_5g_2020_en. We'd like to see you there. -Jess
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Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
I've been pretty concerned about the quality of this device. I agree with the other reviewers, I probably wouldn't have bought it if it wasn't 400.00 off. I do like it though! It's so conveniently small that it can fit in my pockets. (Hard thing to do with women's jeans.) And the battery lasts me all day long. My previous phone was the S8, so this phone is at least 2x better in specs from what I've seen so far. It's definitely still an upgrade to me, but not flagship status. As far as the phone goes, it has that little creeky noise that people talk about. It's barely audible to me, so it doesn't bother me. I am seeing some issues with group text messages though, which is unusual. Sometimes they're not downloaded right away, so I have to click on them to download. When that happens, they're not in order so it's a little harder to understand the context of my messages sometimes. It’s also very hard to find a good case. I bought one from Amazon, and it pops off the phone while it’s in my pocket. My advice would be to spend a little bit more to get the protection that you need. There is also 2 bends on the screen which is a bit off putting. Sometimes if the screen is a little dirty, it’s more noticeable but you can’t tell at all if the screen isn’t off. All in all though, I like it and would buy it again! The convenience of having a smaller phone has been great. The front facing screen is lots of fun when taking selfies or controlling different apps. I just wish that we could have more than 6 app shortcuts. It’s pretty amazing to control my Google Home app without ever having to open the phone.
I have to say I really LOVE this phone despite some of its shortcomings (this is my second one). I love being able to answer and end calls by opening or closing the flip and I love not needing to try and find shorts and pants with a special cell phone pocket in them to accommodate today’s oversized phones (I would never keep a wallet or cell phone in a hip pocket). Of course Samsung makes a very similar foldable phone and in some areas it’s better than the Motorola but there are basically two reason why I chose the Razr over the Z-Flip. The first reason is the much larger and more functional outer display on the Razr. And the second reason is that I just think the Razr is much better looking than the the Z-flip. Aesthetics are just really important to me and I guess I also really miss the days when there were many different unique looking phones out there. Unfortunately the Z-flip just looks like every other phone sold today except that it folds in half.
Naturally there are some downsides to the Razr but for me personally the pros just out weight the cons. Still I guess I should probably at least mention what those cons are. First off, the battery life is pretty short by today’s standards. In fact, the standby time alone (not using it at all) is about half the current standby time on my 3-year old Motorola One, a phone that weighs one ounce less than the Razr. If you are a heavy data user or gamer – I am not – then this might be a big problem for you. And a short battery life is not only inconvenient in the moment but it can also lead to the battery needing to be replaced sooner. After all, the more times a week you plug your phone into the charger the faster the battery will degrade over time. And I shutter to think what a battery replacement will cost on this phone. Another thing that heavy users might not like is that fact that when the processor is being overtaxed this thing gets REALLY hot.
Furthermore, although I love the design of this phone overal, there are a few things I would change. First of all, I would move the volume/shortcut button much closer to the hinge. This way it would be right under your thumb with the flip closed and at least closer to your thumb with the flip open. The current location is a problem because during one handed operation you have to shift the phone either up of down in your hand to use the button and this increases the likelihood that you will drop the phone in the process. Also on those occasions when you are opening the flip two handed rather than one handed you invariably accidentally push this button which shuts off the ringer and makes you think you missed the call.
I also really wish that this phone had a memory card slot and that it was a true dual sim phone. It currently has an e-sim and a regular sim but unfortunately both sims cannot be active at once - this despite Motorola stating a year ago that they would eventually come out with a firmware upgrade to make this possible. Traveling overseas a lot I have always preferred dual sim phones because you can not only insert a sim from the country you are visiting to get a local number but you can also leave your home number active at the same time.
As I mentioned earlier, this is actually my second Razr 5G. Back when I bought the first one Best Buy did not have them in silver, which is the color I really wanted at the time, so once they started carrying the silver ones I just waited for a half off sale and picked one up. I was originally going to then sell off the Graphite model, which I also got at a substantial discount, but after learning how expensive repairs are on this phone I may just keep the other one as a back-up phone. Apparently if you drop the phone and crack the front glass your only repair option is to send it to Motorola and they will charge you $1000 to repair or replace it (if this is no longer the case please let us know, Motorola). Anyway, knowing this makes me extremely paranoid about dropping the thing, and lets face it, using a case just ruins the look of this beautiful phone. And since the Motorola insurance options are not that much less than what I paid for this phone on sale I think keeping the first one as a back-up is just the smart way to go.
The bottom line is, if you are one of those people who absolutely has to have the latest and the greatest processor, cameras, display resolution, etc. – whether you actually truly need these things or not – then this might not be the phone for you. But if on the other hand having a very unique and attractive flip phone is a big part of the draw for you and those other things are not as important then this is definitely the phone for you.
I have had two Samsung flip phones and I decided to purchase this one for the retro nostalgic feel. The battery was not as bad as everybody was making it out to be at least for me I am not a power user. Everything else was good the screen will end up having three large lumps in it it’s hard to get used to that the other thing that I did notice that it was hard to get used to his opening it it was extremely hard for an older person to flip it open it is so shiny and smooth that it easily flies out of your hand. I would wait till the next generation a flip phones to come out
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about connectivity, reliability, portability and design. Editors are less positive about usability and price and have mixed opinions about screen. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 88/100 = Very good quality.
Pocket-lintRating, 4 out of 54.0Mike Lowe on September 14, 2020
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A:AnswerHi Mozz, Thank you for your inquiry. Our phones should work in countries where you may be traveling, though we cannot guarantee all features are supported. Please check with your mobile service provider to see if your SIM is expected to operate. Please note that we never recommend buying a phone in one region for ongoing use in another as Motorola phones are only in warranty in the country/region in which they are intended for sale. -Mitch
A:AnswerHi, thanks for your interest, Yes, as the device is unlocked and works with major carriers in the US. You can check this link to see all compatible carriers: https://www.motorola.com/us/carrier-compatibility. - Mike