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Motorola Razr 5G might have some notable upgrades after all

Motorola Razr 5G might have some notable upgrades after all

It will just be hours before Samsung unveils its second foldable phone this year and it won't be too much of a surprise if the Galaxy Z Fold 2's presence will raise questions about Motorola's next foldable phone. Of course, the Lenovo subsidiary isn't going to stray away from its Razr form factor to take on Samsung, which, in turn, raises more questions about its viability. Considering it won't be a Razr 2 or Razr 2020, there might be some misgivings about the Motorola Razr 5G. It turns out, however, that it might still have some things going for it after all.

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Motorola One 5G release may be Moto’s key USA win in late 2020

Motorola One 5G release may be Moto’s key USA win in late 2020

Motorola One 5G is the newest 5G-toting smartphone released by Motorola in a wave of devices meant to capture all segments, low to high. This is a midrange smartphone with four cameras at its back and a pair of lenses up front peeking out through a pair of holes in the device's display. The Motorola One 5G has a 6.7-inch display that covers 84.3% of the front of the device with 1080 x 2520 pixels (409 PPI) and a 90Hz refresh rate with HDR10).

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Motorola Moto G9 released for $154: Why not USA?

Motorola Moto G9 released for $154: Why not USA?

India seems to be the place where companies like Motorola are really fighting fiercely for the market with smartphones that go to the extreme. In this case, that means a Motorola Moto G9 was released in India for ₹11,499 (approximately $154) with a set of specifications that are more than powerful enough for most consumers. Why can't the United States get a value proposition like that?

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Motorola Razr 2 may impress little and fold up

Motorola Razr 2 may impress little and fold up

Motorola failed to impress the foldable display phone takers in its first attempt. The Lenovo-owned company is now slated to redo it, better this time, by flipping the smartphone experience again at the virtual hardware event lined up for September 9, 2020. The Chicago-based phone maker is expected to release the successor to the 2019’s most anticipated foldable phone – Motorola Razr in Motorola Razr 2 or Motorola Razr 5G, as it is likely to be called.

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Motorola inflatable chair just jumped the shark

Motorola inflatable chair just jumped the shark

Motorola wanted to remind people that their original Motorola razr phone was released in the year 2004. To do this, Motorola teamed up with the company Minnidip to create "another 2000s icon." They've released a new inflatable indoor/outdoor inflatable chair. They've released the MINNIDIP x RAZR CH(AIR) in Blush Gold.

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Motorola Razr 5G could be coming in early September

Motorola Razr 5G could be coming in early September

Although it hasn't given the formal word yet, it's highly unlikely that IFA 2020 will take place in September as an in-person event, at least not in the capacity as all IFA events since 1924. That, unfortunately, means that companies that were planning on making a big splash in Berlin this year have to make do with their own separate and potentially online-only alternatives. Case in point, Motorola has apparently scheduled something for September 9 and it's probably no mystery what it will reveal then.

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Motorola Edge for USA undercuts “Plus” by $500

Motorola Edge for USA undercuts “Plus” by $500

The North American release of the unlocked Motorola Edge was revealed this week for $500 less than its predecessor. The Motorola Edge and Motorola Edge+ both have the same display panel - the most impressive part of the phone. It's just the cameras and the processor that you're going to have to look at when deciding whether you'd like to pay $499 or $999 for a new mobile smartphone.

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Motorola Edge+ Review: Beauty nearly to a fault

Motorola Edge+ Review: Beauty nearly to a fault

The Motorola Edge+ (or Edge Plus, if you prefer) is one of the most interesting Moto phones released in years. It's very tall and thin, works with a decent set of cameras, 5G connectivity, and a waterfall display. That means we're not just getting curved left and right sides here, we're getting a curved display that reaches all the way down to the side, beyond the point at which it's functional. It's certainly a beautiful phone - but is it necessary?

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Moto G 5G Plus gives Motorola affordable midrange speed

Moto G 5G Plus gives Motorola affordable midrange speed

Motorola has released a new 5G phone, with the Moto G 5G Plus promising to be as affordable as the company's other recent smartphones, but with support for high-speed data and a new selfie camera. It taps Qualcomm's Snapdragon 765 to do that, with the X52 Modem. Availability plans for the US haven't been confirmed, but Motorola says it does intend to launch a sub-$500 5G phone in North America come the fall.

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Motorola One Fusion joins the mid-range Android fray

Motorola One Fusion joins the mid-range Android fray

Motorola is the new Samsung in the sense of flooding the smartphone market with nearly indistinguishable options. Barely a month after it announced the One Fusion+, the company is now revealing the base model for that already mid-range phone. The Motorola One Fusion probably won't wow anyone with its specs but it can at least masquerade as its slightly more featured and also more expensive sibling, that is until you get asked to do that popup camera trick.

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Motorola Razr 5G release date level leak drops all specs

Motorola Razr 5G release date level leak drops all specs

The second-generation Motorola Razr (with foldable display) was leaked in a big way this week in a set of insider tips that essentially spill all the beans. The Motorola Razr 5G, as it's expected to be called, will come in at least one color: Mercury Silver - with a 6.2-inch display inside. This device will likely be launched with a pair of massive cameras and a dual-SIM card tray.

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Motorola Edge unlocked revealed (off Verizon) for $300 less

Motorola Edge unlocked revealed (off Verizon) for $300 less

There's a new Motorola Edge device out there in the world with 5G connectivity options and a $700 price tag. This is different from the $1k Motorola Edge+ with Verizon. The new version is "universally unlocked" and will be available for sale from Motorola itself inside the United States - not with a carrier. The devices look very, VERY similar.

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