New Delhi, March 31 (IANS) Lenovo-owned smartphone brand Motorola on Tuesday announced that it is delaying the April 2 sale of foldable flagship Moto Razr to April 15 in India due to the nationwide lockdown.
Motorola unveiled Razr (2019) on March 16 in India, at a price of Rs 1,24,999 for the sole 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant.
“Keeping national interest on top, we are abiding the government rules and want our e-commerce partners to deliver essential commodities at the moment,” the company said in a statement.
The 2.7-inch OLED ‘Quick View' interactive display on the outside of the device will keep you connected.
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.
It 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.