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Hot foldable summer isn’t quite over. Motorola revealed two new flip phones earlier this year, but until now, only the higher-end Razr Plus has actually reached the market. Now, the standard Motorola Razr is debuting with a smaller 1.5-inch outer screen.
It’s priced at $699.99, making it the least expensive mainstream flip phone in the US by a significant margin — the Razr Plus and Samsung’s Z Flip 5 start at $999.
Motorola is marketing the Razr Plus as the kind of phone that helps you manage your screen time. The smaller screen is, by necessity, really only useful for checking information and messages rather than taking action. There’s also a new feature called Moto Unplugged — you pick which apps and notifications you’ll allow and…
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