The original Moto RAZR was a sensation in its time, and the Motorola RAZR 2019 is likely to ride on that wave when it hits the stalls this year.
HMD Global has been able to deliver a remixes of a number of classic Nokia smartphones, with varying levels of success. Why shouldn’t Motorola get in on the action too? There is nothing quite as effective as a throwback to the old days to get fans of a brands up in excitement.
The original RAZR V3 is one of the bestselling phones of all times.
And so it is that available information is that the Motorola RAZR 2019 will be launched next month. It has the classic RAZR clamshell design with hinges but when opened up, what you have is a big foldable screen on the inside.
We loved our flip phones back then, with their tiny screens. Now, thanks to improved technology, we can enjoy one with a big and long foldable screen.
Motorola RAZR 2019 Photos
No; we do not have photos yet, but the following images from a patent filing will do for now.
It looks like Lenovo/Motorola will be getting on the foldable screen joy ride this year. Samsung has one in the works already. We like the looks of the Motorola RAZR 2019 and think that a lot of people who remember the original RAZR will too.
What may keep many from getting their hands on one is going to be the price. Rumour has it that the RAZR 2019 is expected to cost $1,500. Foldable display technology is new and still expensive, so there isn’t much that can be done about the price for now.
In another 2 to 5 years down the line, we will see foldable phones at more regular price points. Check out the specifications of the Motorola RAZR 2019.
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