The mobile phone of my dreams is here! I’ve been waiting for a foldable RAZR from Motorola for ages, and the good news is, it will be available in Jan 2020.
Taken from Engadget …
Let’s just get one thing clear here: The Motorola RAZR is a $1,500 marvel of design, not a high-powered flagship smartphone. The RAZR uses an upper-mid-range Snapdragon 710 chipset with 6GB of RAM because anything more powerful would’ve presented issues with heat management and power consumption. It was plenty fast in our hands-on testing, though: Launching apps, multitasking, loading videos and generally putzing around in Motorola’s clean Android 9 build all went off without a hitch.
Your Galaxy S10 or Pixel 4 will still probably run circles around this thing, but on the whole, there’s more than enough raw power here to keep most people satisfied. Ditto for storage: There’s 128GB available to users from the get-go,
More concerning are the RAZR’s batteries — one lives in each half of the phone, and combined, they have a total capacity of 2,510mAh. That’s quite small compared to, well, every other smartphone I’ve tested this year. For what it’s worth, Motorola promises people will still get a full day’s use out of the RAZR, and the phone comes with one of the company’s 15W TurboChargers for quick refueling sessions.