Now we’ve had the official launch for the Razr 2022, as well as the X30 Pro, we can let you know that the phone has a release date of 15 August in China.
For now, the Razr 2022 is exclusive to China but is expected to launch in other markets in the coming months.
This means, as expected, the phone is a lot cheaper than its predecessor which cost $1,399/£1,399.
Starting with the screens, the internal one is 6.7in P-OLED as rumours suggested. This means the iconic chin design is no more in order to fit the larger display.
It’s a 10-bit panel with HDR10+ support, DC dimming and 144Hz refresh rate; that’s higher than the predicted 120Hz and makes it the highest refresh rate on any foldable to date.
A gapless folding design minimised the crease and the internal teardrop shape when the phone is closed has a radius of 3.3mm.
You’ll be able to use the 50Mp main camera which has OIS. It’s got a 1/1.55in sensor with 1.0µm pixels
There’s also a 13Mp ultrawide with a 121 degree view and autofocus, meaning it can handle macro shots at a distance of 2.8cm.
Open the Razr 2022 up and there’s a punch-hole 32Mp camera available.
Then there is 128-, 256- or 512GB of storage (possible market dependent) with only the largest pairing with 12GB of RAM.
When it comes to the battery, we’re happy to report that it’s been increased to 3500mAh (up from 2800mAh) and charging is also faster at 33W.