Since Motorola’s first collapsible phone, the Razr, is not equipped with a physical SIM card slot, it only supports eSIM card access. And because the current domestic operator network does not support eSIM card, so the machine will not be listed in China for the time being. The U.S. market is expected to ship in January 2020 for $1,499. As cited, LetsGoDigital reported that Lenovo Sweden had unlocked the price of the machine in the European market for 1,680 euros ($1,863, $1,300.7.7). This 1,680 euro should be tax-inclusive, but may vary slightly elsewhere in Europe.
Earlier,media also expressed confusion about the product.Media believe that although Razr has a classic phone appearance, cutting-edge folding screen design, but its processor is still the snapDragon 710 (Qualcomm released last year’s mid-range processor), which results in its performance is not as good as the current model. What’s more, the phone only supports eSIM cards, so it’s only available for overseas markets.