Motorola razr makes foldable technology accessible to a much broader audience.
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With the introduction of the razr, Motorola is unveiling a new software experience called Moto Unplugged to help users take a break from their smartphone, removing distractions so they can be more present. The setup is simple. Users choose essential apps and contacts they still want available. Then whenever they want to unplug, select a time frame and start a digital break. For example, if a user needs to focus during work hours, they could choose to access only their email or Microsoft Teams and not see any other app for a set timeframe.
Or, for those looking to disconnect for some personal time, users can choose to limit which social media and messaging apps are accessible and which are temporarily blocked and enjoy a break for however long they choose. That means more quality time with friends and family, more time to focus on the work that matters now, and more time to balance your day-to-day life. Whatever the motivation may be, Moto Unplugged helps users disconnect and break away from the distractions of their phone.
The new razr comes with a distinct and comfortable look-and-feel, combining CorningⓇ GorillaⓇ Glass and a premium leather that’s easy to grip and open, while being soft to the touch. The device is available in a range of fun, trendsetting colors including Cherry Blossom, Sage Green, Vanilla Cream, and Summer Lilac. With the new razr, users are able to stand the device on its own at multiple angles thanks to Flex View technology, which offers new ways to interact, capture, and create. Users can angle the device to easily view recipes while cooking, follow an exercise coach online, video chat with friends, and more. Or, use the device as a tripod and capture stunning images and videos with hands-free recording.
The new motorola razr also features the highest resolution sensors on any of foldable devices for both front and rear camera systems. Capture crystal-clear photos and selfies in any light with a 64 MP main camera and OIS, or take everything from breathtaking wide-angle shots to extreme close-ups with a 13MP Ultrawide + Macro Vision lens. Plus, use the 32 MP front camera for high-quality video calls. ■