Motorola delays RAZR sales in India to April 15
Motorola announced today that it is delaying the sales of their new flagship RAZR phone in India. The company has pushed back the sales date from the previously announced April 2 to April 15.
The delay is due to the current lockdown in India set to go until April 14, 23:59 IST due to COVID-19. The government has halted the sales and delivery of all non-essential items and as such, even if Motorola wanted to, it can't realistically get the devices in people's hands before April 15 anyway.
The RAZR already had a delayed launch in India, with the initial announcement and pre-orders happening on March 16 with deliveries being promised on April 2. Today's announcement pushes the date back even further.
The Motorola RAZR is the company's re-imagining of the original and iconic RAZR V3 folding phone. It has a 6.2-inch foldable P-OLED display that bends when you close the phone. It also has a Snapdragon 710 processor, 128GB storage, 16MP main camera and a 2510mAh battery. The RAZR is priced at INR 124,999 in India
this is a special phone only for the special people.
- 01 Apr 2020
1 inr = 200 idr. So the razr might cost 25 million idr in indonesia
- 31 Mar 2020
They are selling this for 3000+ Dirhams as if it is the best thing since the iPhone. One could have an iPhone with higher specs for 3k than this piece of a joke. Honestly speaking, the specs are laughable.
- 31 Mar 2020