The infamous 00’s cellular phone, Motorola Razr is back and everyone is wanting to put their hands on it!
Apparently, the device will still be a flip phone but it is a bit bigger, doesn’t have its old keypad and will run on Android 9 Pie OS. It has 128GB of storage.
According to CNET, the device has a touch screen situated on the front of the phone whenever it is closed, so you can quickly access your notifications or take a quick picture.
Reportedly, the new Razr is the cheapest foldable phone from a major cellular brand and it is priced at $1,500. Not the cheapest compared to all the other cellular phones though.
Accordingly, the Motorola Razr is not the first device with a foldable screen. In September, Samsung’s Galaxy Fold was finally released after a long hiatus. Huawei also released their Mate X, but it is solely available in China.
Apparently, Motorola was acquired by Lenovo nearing the end of 2014. A team of engineers from both companies was gathered in 2015 to start planning for a folding phone.
Reportedly, the team wasn’t going back to the original Razr, however the team thought out that for a flexible screen, going clamshell is the answer.
Preorder for the Motorola Razr will start on December 26 but the orders will arrive around January of 2020.