Razr 5G captures your best selfie with just a smile

Although it wasn’t until 2013 that the word “selfie” became modern vernacular, people have been taking selfies for much longer – nearly 200 years actually. And while most of us assumed this to be a fad, seven years later selfies look like they’re here for the long haul.

With selfies on the rise, it’s no surprise that high-quality front-facing camera technology continues to be a top priority for our consumers. And with the recently launched razr 5G, we’ve introduced to the world the most advanced selfie camera on the market

The Quick View display has many benefits that are unique to razr 5G, and with a 48MP camera with Quad Pixel technology* it also enables users to take impressive selfies every time. The 48 MP main sensor captures sharp, vibrant photos with 4x better low light sensitivity – without even opening the device. 

With razr 5G, shaky hands don’t have to mean blurry selfies. Optical image stabilization (OIS) automatically compensates against blurred images and videos due to unwanted camera movement, so even when an exposure takes longer—say, in low light conditions—clarity and detail shine through.

Accessing your camera is just a simple swipe away, too. When your razr is closed and unlocked, open the camera by swiping right or by using Quick Capture with a twist of the wrist.  And with Auto Smile Capture, users don’t even have to press a button to capture a photo – simply smile and the device will automatically capture the selfie for you. 

This amazing hardware is also matched with equally amazing software.  Built with features designed to make selfie-taking more creative, razr 5G comes with camera modes like Group Selfie, Portrait Mode and Spot Color

Your best selfies are made simpler with razr 5G’s interactive quick view display and the most advanced selfie camera on the market. For more information on razr 5G,  check out our website.


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*48 MP sensor combines 4 pixels into 1 large quad pixel, for a photo resolution of 12 MP

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