Now the hype's died down, here's my Motorola Razr 2019 hands-on review, running through the specs and features and my thoughts on this foldable phone - from the innovative design to the limited specs and camera tech.
The new Moto Razr launched last week and there was a lot of excitement and buzz around this proper bendy smartphone, which isn't a fold-up tablet like the Galaxy Fold. Motorola's classic, iconic handset looks better than ever and that foldable screen really is impressively seamless, thanks to that smart dual hinge tech.
However, to get this slick design to work, the new Razr 2019 has to make some sacrifices. The performance is limited thanks to the Snapdragon 710 chipset, although only gamers should prove disappointed - the stock Android experience proved smooth in my hands-on time.
Battery life will also be hampered by the split 2500mAh cell, while it's the older Android 9 OS on board. Not great news for anyone who really does demand the latest tech.
As for the single lens 16MP camera, you'll have to wait for the full Moto Razr 2019 review to see how that fares. Motorola's usual features and AI tools are on board although you won't get the premium experience you may expect at this price point.
This updated classic will be released in the UK in December, for 1599 Euros - so around £1500. Stay tuned for full coverage!