Motorola Razr 2022 review

The Motorola Razr 2022 is a midrange smartphone with a lot of power under the hood. It has 5G connectivity and an incredibly thin body, which makes it one of the best phones on the market right now. However, it costs more than other devices in its class—and not by much.


The Moto G6 is a fairly similar design to its predecessor, but it’s gotten a little bit more curvaceous. It has a glass back and fronts with metal accents, which gives it an elegant look that’s not too flashy or gaudy.

The phone also has some dimensions that are slightly larger than those of last year’s model: 5.7 inches tall by 2.6 inches wide by 0.2 inches thick (140 mm × 65 mm × 5 mm). That means you’ll get more screen space with this phone than you did before!

You may have noticed something new in addition to the notch and fingerprint sensor on this Motorola device—the camera bump! This isn’t just another feature added for aesthetics; rather, it helps provide support for your rear camera module so that things don’t fall out when you’re holding up this device against your face during selfies or video chats.


The display on the Motorola Razr is 6.2 inches with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and it’s a Super AMOLED screen. This means that it has better color accuracy than an LCD panel and also offers more vivid colors.


The camera on the Motorola Razr is a 12MP f/1.75 + 16MP f/2.0 dual rear camera, which means you’ve got a lot of options to play around with when it comes to taking those perfect photos or videos. The front shooter has 24MP and can shoot 1080p video at 30fps—or slow motion video up to 240 frames per second (fps).

You’ll also find AI scene recognition here, which lets you take better-looking photos in certain situations like low light or backlit scenes.

On top of that, you get beauty mode for selfies and portrait mode for group shots—which also works well as an Instagram filter!

Hardware specs

The Motorola Razr 2022 is a great phone to have, especially if you’re looking for a mid-range device that won’t break the bank. The Snapdragon 855 processor provides exceptional speed and power while its 6.2-inch display ensures your content looks great on this screen size.

There’s also plenty of storage space with 256GB built-in, as well as 12GB RAM which means it can handle multiple apps at once without slowing down or stuttering like other phones might do when they’re trying too hard to do too much at once (like me).

The camera setup is amazing too; there are 48MP rear and 10MP selfie cameras on board which gives you some seriously nice shots every time!


5G is the latest generation of mobile data networks, which promises to be much faster than previous generations. It’s also the first network to be able to support the internet of things (IoT), meaning that your devices will be able to communicate with each other without having to go through your phone first.

5G has already been rolled out in some areas like Chicago and Hong Kong, but it won’t be available everywhere until 2020 at least—and even then it may only reach a handful of countries around the world before fading into obscurity again. In short: don’t expect miracles from 5G just yet!

Software and features

The Motorola Razr is a great phone, and one of the best Android 9 Pie smartphones in its price range. It’s got everything you need to get things done on your phone: a strong performance and battery life, plenty of storage space (up to 64GB), dual SIM card support, and fast charging via USB-C.

One UI gives you access to Google Assistant on all apps, making it easier than ever before for users who want to switch from Apple’s Siri or Amazon’s Alexa assistant without having any trouble getting used to their new voice assistants.

You can even download an app called Moto Key which allows users with older phones like my own Moto E4 LTE edition (or other devices) to access certain features like Face Unlock by simply pressing down on their device screen while holding it up against another object—like our heads! Just press down where shown below then hold up until it locks itself automatically after 30 seconds if needed.”

Battery life and charging

Motorola Razr 2022’s battery life is decent, but not exceptional. The phone takes about 2 hours to charge from 0% to 100%, and it can be used while it’s charging on the included charger (which has a USB-C port). However, there is no wireless charging so you’ll need to plug your phone in if you want to get some juice on the go without cables.

Price and availability

The Motorola Razr 2022 is available for purchase in the United States, but only at Verizon Wireless. It can be pre-ordered now and will be released on July 6th of this year. If you want it as soon as that date rolls around, you’re going to have to pay an extra $35 on top of your regular monthly bill — but then again, what else would you expect from a phone like this?

It’s worth noting that the handset has been discontinued by Motorola; however, if you’re lucky enough not to have already bought one (or have already spent $350+ on one), there are plenty more options out there that might fit your needs better than what they’ve been offering lately!


Overall, the Moto Z2 Play is a solid smartphone with a lot of potentials. It has everything you need for a phone that can be used on the go or at home. The battery life will not disappoint when you are using it for long periods of time, making this device ideal for those who like to use their cell phones often but do not have access to an electrical outlet nearby.

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