The Motorola Razr 2022 was launched in China in August but has yet to make its way to Western markets. A few weeks of leaked images have suggested that availability expansion is imminent, and now the price may have slipped as well.
Razer 2022 will be €1,200+ in Europe, says Lexar Roland Quandt. That’s pretty steep – the base variant (8/128GB) in China costs CNY 6,000 (€865), while the top model (12/512GB) costs CNY 7,300 (€1,050). Motorola may skip the minimum tier variant for the West, so this price tag may actually apply to the 8/256GB model (CNY 6,500 or €940 after direct currency conversion).
For comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 starts at €1,100 (8/128GB) and tops out at €1,280 (8/512GB). The Huawei P50 Pocket had an MSRP of 1,400-1,600 euros depending on the country, but that’s an older model from last year (and apparently discontinued in Europe).
Motorola Razr 2022
Moto Razr 2022 is more capable than its predecessors with a true flagship chipset (Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, 2019 model had Snapdragon 710) and much better cameras. A large 6.7-inch 144Hz P-OLD display inside and a modern design without mentioning the nostalgic chin.
Even so, it can be a tough sell. We still have no clue if Motorola wants to launch the Razr 2022 in Europe (and North America), but it should be soon.