Motorola Razr vs Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: Which is the best foldable phone for you?

Motorola today launched its much-awaited flip phone, the Motorola Razr in India. The device was introduced in November last year and is a modern version of its iconic Razr flip phone.

Samsung had launched its flip phone, the Galaxy Z Flip during its Galaxy Unpacked event in February. Both the devices are placed in the premium segment and have been priced above ₹1,00,000 in the country.

If you are looking for a premium and unique device, the two flip phones are worth considering. In this post, we will compare the two devices to help you decide which one to go for.

Motorola Razr vs Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: Price

Motorola RazrPriceSamsung Galaxy Z FlipPrice
6GB + 128GB₹1,24,9998GB + 256GB₹1,09,999

The Motorola Razr is up for pre-booking on Flipkart and will be available in Noir Black colour option from April 2.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is available in Mirror Black and Mirror Purple colour options from Samsung online store.

Motorola Razr vs Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: Specifications

DeviceMotorola RazrSamsung Galaxy Z Flip
Display size6.2-inch, 2142 x 876 pixels6.7-inch, 2636 x 1080 pixels
Second display2.7-inch, 600 x 800 pixels1.1-inch, 300 x 112 pixels
Refresh rate60Hz60Hz
ProtectionGorilla Glass 3 (Secondary display)-
Android versionAndroid 9.0 PieAndroid 10
ChipsetSnapdragon 710Snapdragon 855+
Rear camera16MP primary12MP primary
-12MP ultra-wide
Selfie camera5MP10MP
Fingerprint sensorRear-mountedSide-mounted
Fast charge15W15W

Motorola Razr vs Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: Design

The Motorola Razr is the first phone to bring back the flip phone design. The primary display is similar to most smartphones these days and when folded, it has a significantly smaller footprint. The hinge on the device allows it to fold properly and eliminates the issues faced by Galaxy Fold.

The secondary display is big enough to show notifications and take selfies easily. The device is hard to use with one-hand and you will have to use both your hands to open the device.

Coming to the Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung has improved the hinge from the Galaxy Fold and it feels stiff and strong. The Galaxy Z Flip features a dual camera setup at the back and a single selfie camera at the front.

The secondary display on the Galaxy Z Flip is much smaller. It shows the date, time and battery percentage when the phone is closed. When you receive a call, the phone shows a notification in the form of a scrolling name.

Motorola Razr vs Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: Display

The Motorola Razr features a plastic display like the Galaxy Fold and is pretty thin, meaning that you will be able to feel the hinge and other ridges when you use the phone. While the display does not crease in the middle, the screen is not completely flat when even unfolded completely.

For Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung has used ultra-thin glass instead of plastic for the display. However, as the glass is very thin, it is not as durable as standard phones. To increase durability, Samsung has covered the glass with a second layer of plastic.

The secondary display of the Motorola Razr is much bigger than the one on the Galaxy Z Flip and provides much more information.


The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is the winner due to its powerful chipset, glass display, better hinge, cameras, bigger battery and comparatively lower price.

See also:

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