Finally, after months of waiting, the new brand has arrived Motorola Razr 22; The device was launched throughout Europe. Now let’s take a look at its technical specifications, official price and more.
Just to remind you, this device landed in China in early August. Unlike the old Razr, this smartphone is incredibly powerful and features the latest specifications.
Motorola Razr 22: Characteristics
Let’s start with the selling price: the device Its price is 1190 € In the 8 + 256 GB version. It only comes in satin black. Being identical to the Chinese analogue, it is legitimate to understand what its technical characteristics will be. The screen is actually a 6.7-inch P-OLED unit with FullHD + resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, support for HDR10 + color gamut, and 100% DCI-P3 color coverage. On the back, however, there is a small 2.7-inch OLED fast-display display. The smartphone supports Flex View mode, so it can be used from different angles for special operations, such as taking a group selfie, for example.
In this regard, we mention the 32MP selfie camera and at the back instead there is a 50MP main camera with 13MP ultrawide. There is support for Motorola’s Ultra Pixel technology which is used to improve performance in low light conditions. It can shoot 8K video.
Under the body we find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. The skin is MyUX with Android 12 platform. The battery is 5000 mAh and there is a 30W TurboPower charging cable. Do not miss the side fingerprint, 5G, WiFi6, Bluetooth 5.2, GPS, NFC, Dolby Atmos, IP52 certification.
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