It’s truly perplexing that Motorola is shipping the new Razr with Android 9 (Pie), which was released in 2018, rather than the current version of Android 10.
In many respects, it doesn’t really matter. Android 9 should work just fine, as long as Google and Motorola support the Razr with security updates during the device’s lifetime. Still, Android 10 brought some significant privacy and security control settings, new gesture controls, and the highly requested system-wide dark-mode.
Again, it’s not the worst thing in the world, but it’s something that raises eyebrows.