The Razr 40 and Razr 40 Ultra foldable smartphones were just revealed by Motorola in China, the home market of parent firm Lenovo. The Razr 40 will be known as Razr, while the Razr 40 Ultra will be known as Razr+ in North America, according to the pair’s latest announcement for international markets.
The phones are the exact ones we previously described in our original article of introduction. The Razr 40 costs €799 in the Eurozone, while the Razr 40 Ultra costs €1,199.
Currently accessible in Europe, the Razr 40 Ultra will soon be made available in Asia and Latin America as well.
On June 23, Motorola, Amazon, Best Buy, AT&T, T-Mobile, Google Fi, Optimum Mobile, and Spectrum Mobile will all have the 256GB version of the Razr+ in stock. The price is $999. The commencement of preorders is June 16. T-Mobile and Motorola’s web shop will be the only places to purchase the Viva Magenta colorway.
The Razr+ will also be available for pre-order and general release in Canada on June 16 and 23, respectively, via Motorola’s website and “selected carriers and national retailers”. It cost CAD 1,299.99.
The pricing of the Razr is still unknown, but it will be available in North America “in the coming months”. Additionally, “selected markets across Europe, Latin America, and Asia” will soon receive it.
The Motorola Edge 40 Viva Magenta version, which, you got it, comes in Viva Magenta—Pantone’s colour of the year—was also announced today for Europe. The only difference is that it now comes in a brand-new, distinctive colour.