Moto RAZR 2 Impressions: Nostalgia Reloaded?

RAZR 2: The second generation of foldables will be the most interesting.

That shirt!

Tech I’m using right now:

Intro Track:
Playlist of MKBHD Intro music:

Phone provided by Motorola for review.



42 Replies to “Moto RAZR 2 Impressions: Nostalgia Reloaded?”

  1. This phone is actually really cool. I feel like it makes a lot of sense from a user's perspective. Function over form. Main point is that it doesn't really seem to crease. That means you can buy one second hand with some confidence you aren't getting a screen that is on it's way out like the Samsung foldable phones. They seem to go way cheaper second hand too, they're about 400-500 on Swappa right now. I hope Motorola continues to make these phones and hopefully we can get the MSRP under 1000 within a few generations. I can definitely see myself owning a folding phone in the future.

  2. All these software details go to show it’s going to be a while before you can simply install Graphene on a phone like this.
    I’m looking forward to this technology really maturing, but I’m not enough of an early adopter for the state it’s in now.

  3. just stating an opinion here, the outs screen on the razr is imo not good, you should open your phone in order to use it, using a mini outside screen makes it imo again, a mini folding phone instead of a flip phone

  4. It's not really all about nostalgia. I loathe today's HUGE freaking phones. I want a nice, smart phone that I can carry in my purse and not constantly be worried about it scratching or breaking or whatever. Thanks one of the best reviews I have seen for this.

  5. Finding back & re-watch this video after watching ur Z Flip 3 impression. Agreed when you said Z Flip 3 is easier to recommend. I still prefer Razr's take on the front display. Here's hoping there will be a much better Razr 3 with much much better cameras at $999 price.

  6. Don't own one but still want one haha, nostalgia is there for me. Was really exited to see the fist gen but didn't really plan on getting one. I figured it would still have some kinks to work out but might pull the trigger on a gen 2 now

  7. It isn't nostalgia. I literally said after the very first smart phone I ever bought…. "I can't wait until they figure out how to make this foldable so it doesn't take up my entire pocket."

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