First look with the Motorola razr coming to Verizon

It seemed like Motorola came out of no where with what looked to be the icon RAZR but once you open the fold the similarity ends as it’s sporting a gorgeous flexible 6.2” display that folds completely in half. When the phone is closed you have a touch-enabled “Quick View” display that lets you interact with notifications without having to open the phone. With cool features it’ll be taking advantage of as with updates and a 16-megapixel camera with Night Vision and all-day battery life with TurboPower charging. We have to admit the phone felt smooth in hand, responsive and was definite eye catcher!

Verizon will be the first carrier to have the phone available as you can preorder yours starting 12:01am ET on January 26 or pick one up in stores and online when it launches on February 6. The Motorola razr is $62.49 a month for 24 months on Verizon Device Payment (0% APR; $1,499.99 retail). Those looking to switch their plan into Verizon can even get more bang and get up to $700 off the Motorola razr on device payment when you trade-in an eligible smartphone and sign up for Verizon Unlimited, you’ll also get an additional $200 prepaid MasterCard. Existing customers can save up to $300 with eligible trade-ins when you upgrade your phone.

Check in with us for the latest on deals for the Motorola razr and review coming soon!



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