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Moto Razr finally comes to India at Rs 1,24,999; will go on sale from April 2

Amidst the coronavirus outbreak, the company hosted a virtual launch for its foldable phone.

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Last Updated: Mar 16, 2020, 03.48 PM IST
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Flipkart is the online exclusive partner for the device.
As social distancing and working from home becomes the norm to fight the novel coronavirus, events around the world - from tech and fashion to auto and entertainment - have been cancelled or rescheduled.

Keeping up with the times we live in, Motorola turned to a virtual India launch for its highly-anticipated Moto Razr. The foldable phone, that pays tribute to the original Razr - launched more than a decade ago, was announced last year.

Having hit international markets earlier, it is finally coming to India at Rs 1,24,999.

The revived Razr sports a 6.2-inch foldable plastic OLED HD (2142 x 876p) screen, which turns into a 2.7-inch glass-covered OLED (600 x 800p) when folded.

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Buyers can get Rs 10,000 cashback on the Citibank credit and debit cards. ​
Buyers can get Rs 10,000 cashback on the Citibank credit and debit cards.

Weighing 250 gm, it is 72 x 172 x 6.9mm in size when unfolded, and 72 x 94 x 14mm when closed. The device will be accompanied with a headset from Denon.

Flipkart is the online exclusive partner for the device.

The company has also partnered with Citibank to offer buyers Rs 10,000 cashback on the bank's credit and debit cards. Additionally, users can also opt for upto 24 months of no cost EMI with the bank.


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