Moto Razr 50 Series Launched With Big Cover Display

The new Moto Razr 50 series made its debut in China today. The company offers foldable phones under the Razr branding. The latest ones announced today are the Razr 50 and Razr 50 Ultra. The vanilla model is a more affordable foldable option, while the Ultra model caters to users looking for high-end specifications. Let’s have a closer look at the Moto Razr 50 series below.

Moto Razr 50 Series Design, Build Quality & Color Options

Motorola Razr 50 Series

Keeping the DNA of the Razr lineup, the Moto Razr 50 phones are designed to be slim. The vanilla Razr 50 has a thickness of 7.25mm and weighs just 188.4g. On the other hand, the Razr 50 Ultra is 7.09mm thick and weighs 189g. The company has used an Air Nanoskin 6000 Series Aviation Aluminum middle frame for a premium feel and sturdy build. Both phones feature a big external display giving them a modern look compared to other phones in the market.

Motorola Razr 50 Series

Each device is available in various color options:

  • Moto Razr 50: Available in Moon Velvet Black, Elephant Gray, and Orange.
  • Moto Razr 50 Ultra: Available in Green, Retro Denim, and Soft Peach Limited Edition.


Motorola Razr 50 Series

The Moto Razr 50 Ultra comes with a 6.9-inch 2640×1080 OLED inner screen. It supports a 165Hz refresh rate for a smoother experience. Moreover, it also offers 10-bit color depth and HDR 10+. While the outer screen of the Razr 50 Ultra is a 4.0-inch OLED panel. Surprisingly, even the outer display has been given fancy features. It has a high refresh rate of a maximum of 165Hz and also supports HDR 10+.

The inner display of the Razr 50 is a 6.9 OLED panel with a 2640 x 1080 pixels resolution. It gets a 120Hz high refresh rate. The vanilla Razr 50 has a smaller 3.6-inch OLED external screen with a resolution of 1056×1066 pixels. It comes with a 90Hz refresh rate, full DC dimming, and HDR 10+ certification.


Motorola Razr 50 Series

The Razr 50 Ultra features a 50MP primary and a 50MP 2x portrait telephoto camera. The Moto Razr 50 also comes with a dual rear camera setup but without a telephoto lens. It has a primary 50MP shooter and a 13MP ultrawide shooter. For selfies and videos, both phones depend on a 32MP shooter.

Moto Razr 50 Series Performance

Moto Razr 50 Series

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The higher-end model, the Razr 50 Ultra features the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor. It is a high-end processer with 8 cores and features 4nm architecture. It can easily handle demanding applications and even heavy gaming.  While the Razr 50 comes with a Dimensity 7300X processor. It is also an 8-core processor based on a 4nm process. Moreover, it also supports 5G networks.


The Moto Razr 50 Ultra features a 4000mAh battery and has a fast charging support of 45W. The vanilla model has a slightly bigger battery size of 4200mAh. But it also features a slower charging speed of 30W. Both devices also support 15W wireless charging.

Other features

Moto Razr 50 Series

  • AI Wallpaper: The Moto Razr 50 series supports dynamic wallpapers powered by AI.
  • Functional Cover Display: Due to the bigger size of the outer display, the Razr 50 series supports a lot of applications.
  • IPX8 Certified: The phones come with IPX8 water resistance for peace of mind for users.
  • Enhanced Multimedia Experience: The Razr 50 Ultra supports Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision, ensuring a superior multimedia experience.

Moto Razr 50 Series Pricing

Moto Razr 50 Series

The Moto Razr 50 Ultra is available in two configurations: 12/256GB and 12/512GB. They are priced at 5699 yuan, roughly translating to USD 784, and 6199 yuan, approximately USD 853 respectively. The Moto Razr 50 offers the 8+256GB model for 3699 yuan, about USD 509, and the 12+512GB version for 3999 yuan, roughly translating to USD 550.
That said, the new foldable phones from Motorola are currently available in China. While we also anticipate a global launch. The Moto Razr 50 series seems like a decent offering thanks to its big cover display allowing proper utilization. For more information, check out Lenovo’s official website. 
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