Remember Moto Razr? The iconic flip phone first released in 2004 defined the & # 39; sexy & # 39; in the gadget world well before the iPhone was a thing. Now, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal Motorola is planning to bring it back into a new foldable avatar. Just know you might have to unpack about $ 1,500 to get it.
According to the report, Motorola's parent company, Lenovo, has partnered with the network provider Verizon to launch these devices in the United States. We can catch a glimpse of the foldable Razr phone as soon as February. However, the final release can be set to a later date.
Last year, a patent for Motorola described an interior-folding device ̵
The Lenovo-owned business is not the only brand to knock on nostalgia for selling handsets. Nokia has in recent years released new versions of its once popular Nokia 3310 and Nokia 8110 (banana phone) devices.
Motorola managed to sell 140 million units of Moto Razr's first avatar. So it will be interesting to see if its new foldable avatar becomes a spectator's favorite.
Published January 17, 2019 – 5:55 UTC