Yesterday, Motorola unveiled its new Razr 40 and Razr 40 Ultra foldables in parent company Lenovo’s home market – China. Now the duo is going on a world tour, albeit with a special feature in the USA. There, the Motorola Razr 40 will simply be called Razr and the Razr 40 Ultra will be called Razr+ in North America. Other than that, these are exactly the same Motorola smartphones, which will cost €799 for the Razr 40 and €1,199 for the Razr 40 Ultra in the eurozone.
In the US, the Motorola Razr+ with 256GB of storage will launch June 23 at Motorola, Amazon, Best Buy, AT&T, T-Mobile, Google Fi, Optimum Mobile, and Spectrum Mobile. It is priced at $999 and pre-orders start on June 16th. The Viva Magenta color variant will be available exclusively from Motorola’s online shop and from T-Mobile. In Canada, the Razr+ will also be available for pre-order starting June 16. Open sale starts June 23 through Motorola’s website and “select carriers and national retailers.” The price is 1,299.99 CAD.
The Motorola Razr is also coming to North America “in the coming months”, but the price is still unclear. Next comes “selected markets across Europe, Latin America, and Asia”. The Motorola Edge 40 Viva Magenta Edition for Europe will also be presented today. Its main feature is the color viva magenta – apart from that it is the same smartphone as before.