Motorola Razr 2 5G: Hmmm? Easy No!

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The successor to the Motorola Razr 1 2020 is has been released with a huge load of upgrades and a cheaper price. The Razr 2 makes key changes that were needed in the overall specs, but still to expensive and new to consider buying it. This type of folding phone is trying to mimic that of older flip phones and the second Razr 2 is no different. This is everything you need to know about the Motorola Razr 2.
One of the major upgrades over the previous Motorola Razr is the internal hardware. The Motorola Razr 2 features a Snapdragon 765G which is a huge upgrade over the previous model’s Snapdragon 710, but when you consider that a lot of the 2020 budget phone use the exact same processor it is astounding that the company could not do better on a flagship priced phone. It also has 8GB RAM which is 2GB more than that of the previous model, and it has a base storage of 256GB, double the previous Razr. It also now supports 5G connectivity. This phone has by no means flagship internals but it will do the daily job better than anyone who was using the Razr 1.
The camera on the Motorola Razr 2 also gets a huge upgrade over the previous Razr. The Razr 1 had a single 16-megapixel rear camera with a 5-megapixel selfie camera. The new Razr 5G has a stunning 48-megapixel rear camera with a bumped up 20-megapixel selfie camera so expect quality photos from this camera.
The battery had some issues on the first Razr and they should be fixed with a slight upgrade in battery size and the better processor. The older Razr had a 2510mAh battery and the new packs a 2800mAh battery. The processor and bigger battery size makes for longer battery life overall.
The display sizes on the two of them are exactly the same with a 6.2in opened display and a 2.7in closed display, however the new one has a slightly better screen to body ratio. You will not notice much of a difference between the two devices in terms of display.
The main point of this article is to show that the Razr 5G is not by any means a phone to buy for the performance, cameras, or display. It is a phone to buy to use the new technology that is out there. All in all this phone is way overpriced and should be in a price bracket that high.

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