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Moto Razr 5G launched in India: In pics

We spent some time with the new-launched foldable smartphone, Moto Razr 5G that is priced at 1.2 lakhs in India. Here's what the handset is all about. 

Moto Razr 5G costs <span class='webrupee'>₹</span> <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>1,24,999 and is up for pre-orders from today. The sales will begin from October 12.
1/8 Moto Razr 5G costs 1,24,999 and is up for pre-orders from today. The sales will begin from October 12. (Robin Sinha/HT Tech)
The hinge is more robust this time but the technology stays the same. 
2/8 The hinge is more robust this time but the technology stays the same.  (Robin Sinha/HT Tech)
The Razr 5G features a 6.2-inch OLED display with 21:9 aspect ratio.
3/8 The Razr 5G features a 6.2-inch OLED display with 21:9 aspect ratio. (Robin Sinha/HT Tech)
On the outer side there is a 2.7-inch OLED secondary screen that shows you notifications, select shortcuts for apps and lets you reply to messages as well.
4/8 On the outer side there is a 2.7-inch OLED secondary screen that shows you notifications, select shortcuts for apps and lets you reply to messages as well. (Robin Sinha/HT Tech)
Powering it is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G processor coupled with Adreno GPU, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB built-in storage.
5/8 Powering it is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G processor coupled with Adreno GPU, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB built-in storage. (Robin Sinha/HT Tech)
The notch includes a 20-megapixel sensor for selfie shots when the handset is unfolded.
6/8 The notch includes a 20-megapixel sensor for selfie shots when the handset is unfolded. (Robin Sinha/HT Tech)
The main camera has a 48-megapixel and the preview is seen in the Quick View Display when taking selfies.
7/8 The main camera has a 48-megapixel and the preview is seen in the Quick View Display when taking selfies. (Robin Sinha/HT Tech)
It is powered by a 2,800mAh battery with 15W TurboPower fast charging.
8/8 It is powered by a 2,800mAh battery with 15W TurboPower fast charging. (Robin Sinha/HT Tech)