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Motorola Razr is Now Up for Pre-Bookings for a Whopping Rs 1.25 Lakh

The new Moto Razr has been launched in India bringing back the icon in a new avatar. (Photo: Kunal Khullar/News18.com)

The new Moto Razr has been launched in India bringing back the icon in a new avatar. (Photo: Kunal Khullar/News18.com)

Despite early criticisms about its durability, Motorola has maintained its stance on the Razr and has officially opened its bookings in India today.

Motorola on Monday announced pre-booking of the world's first-ever clamshell-style foldable smartphone 'Motorola razr' in India for Rs 124,999. Available in 'Black Noir' colour, the pocket-sized device with innovative, patented hinge design would go on sale starting April 2 at offline stores across India and online on Flipkart. The launch offers include Rs 10,000 cash back and no extra-cost EMI with Citibank Debit and Credit cards for up to 24 month.

Motorola Razr users on the Jio network will get an additional one-year of unlimited services free. There is also a one-time screen replacement offer for Rs 7,999. On the outside, the 2.7-inch OLED 'Quick View' interactive display will keep you connected and flip open to reveal a full-length touchscreen with latest tech. The phone, when open, gives 6.2-inch 'Flex View' display with 21:9 'CinemaVision' aspect ratio -- the same ultra-wide dimensions used by the film industry.

The device has 16 MP dual use camera (f/1.7 aperture) that doubles up as the rear camera when open, and the selfie camera when closed. "Just twist your wrist with the phone closed to open the 16 MP main camera on the Quick View display," said the company. The device houses 'Night Vision' mode in extremely low-light conditions to bring more details out of the dark.

Equipped with stock Android 9 Pie software and 'Moto Experiences' that our fans know and love, moto razr delivers a bloatware-free, ad-free smartphone experience. "Thanks to the smooth tension of the hinge and the sturdiness of the screen, you can feel confident snapping the phone shut when you're done with a call," the company said.


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