The as soon as iconic Motorola telephone — Motorola Razr — might make a comeback as early as subsequent month. Motorola’s ultra-thin, flip telephone was fairly a rage again within the early 2000s, even earlier than Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy telephones had launched. In its new avatar, the Motorola Razr could possibly be a foldable smartphone with a premium price ticket, in response to The Wall Avenue Journal. Lenovo, Motorola’s proprietor, might convey again the Razr smartphone with a foldable show.
The report additionally states that Lenovo is working with US telecom main Verizon to launch the telephone in February. The revamped Motorola Razr could also be priced at $1,500 (roughly Rs. 1,04,300). That is fairly a excessive worth for a tool that screams nostalgia.
Lenovo-owned Motorola hasn’t confirmed the report but. The Motorola Razr had launched initially in 2004 dubbed because the Razr V3. The telephone set a scorching new pattern amongst younger cell phone customers, because of its ultra-thin fashionable design. The telephone reportedly offered over 130 million models in 4 years.
Nevertheless, this is not the primary time Motorola and Verizon have tried to convey again the Razr model of cell phones. Again in 2011 and 2012, the businesses had labored on launching Droid Razr branded Android smartphones with a skinny type issue. The Droid Razr was the thinnest cell phone on this planet when it launched.
Whereas most issues nonetheless stay unclear concerning the new Motorola Razr smartphone, we’re anticipating a fair proportion of foldable smartphones this yr. Final week at CES, we noticed the Royole FlexPai, the world’s first foldable smartphone. Samsung’s Galaxy F can be anticipated to debut quickly whereas several other companies are supposedly secretly engaged on their very own foldable telephones and devices.
If Lenovo does convey again the Motorola Razr, it might brighten up the Motorola model as soon as once more. One factor stays sure, we are going to see quite a lot of foldable cell phones in 2019.