As expected, Motorola launched its Razr 40 series in India with a big event in New Delhi (and we were there, you can watch the live stream). According to Prashanth Mani, Managing Director at Motorola Mobility India, “100% of the Motorola products sold in India are made in India” and that includes the 2023 foldables as well.
The more advanced of the two, the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra, has a base price of ₹90,000, however, ICICI Bank offers ₹7,000 cashback if you use one of their credit cards to make the purchase. If you don’t want to pay a lump sum, there is a ₹7,500 a month no cost EMI available. Carrier Jio is promising ₹15,000 worth of “goodies” (what that entails exactly will be posted by Jio itself).
The vanilla Motorola Razr 40 will be 30% cheaper with a ₹60,000 base price and a ₹5,000 cashback offer from ICICI. You can get it with monthly installments of ₹5,000/month as well. Jio’s offer is valued at the same ₹15,000. Note that both models are configured with 8GB of RAM and 256GB storage (and there are no other options).
You can find both phones on Motorola’s official site – here’s the Ultra and the vanilla model. Starting today you can also pre-book the Razr 40 Ultra on Amazon with a ₹999 deposit. Both models will become available on July 15.
The base razr is more expensive than a OnePlus 11. Even with such lousy specs, foldables haven't become cheap enough for most people. And they are still not durable enough for years worth of use( idk about moto but Samsung z flips and folds scre...
It's assembled in India. Snapdragon chipset and other hardware comes from china. So additional import tax
If it is 100% made in India, why 25% more expensive than China?