Motorola Razr Classic is Coming back as a $1500 Foldable Phone


According to a new report by The Wall Street Journal, Motorola Razr which was a fabulous phone of the Mid-2000s is coming back as a foldable phone priced at $1500. Also, it is expected that this phone will be launched in the early February this year.

No doubt, Motorola Razr was the legendary phone of the Mid-2000s with dual screen, which gave a vision of the future phones. And now that iconic phone is likely to be reproduced by Lenovo as a foldable phone with some cool features. However, there isn’t any word on the design of this phone that how this phone will be looking. Also, there isn’t any idea about the specifications and features of this phone. The only thing which has been revealed till now by WSJ is it will be a foldable phone.

As per the report by WSJ, the upcoming Razr phone will be exclusively available to Verizon in the United States and will be available from February. However, this phone is still in the testing procedure and there isn’t any more information about this device.

It seems like this year will be the year of foldable phones, as many of the other manufacturers will be introducing their foldable smartphones this year. For instance, Samsung is on the way to reveal its Galaxy X foldable which is a 7.3-inch foldable tablet which on folding it gets converted into a dual-screen phone. LG has also patched up with Lenovo and Xiaomi to make a foldable phone. But, it is expected that this Razr foldable phone will rule the market.

However, as per WSJ, Lenovo is manufacturing only 200,000 units of this phone which will be available at $1500. But if we look over to the past it seems like this 200,000 units might be the less than demand as Razr V3 which was launched in 2004 was sold over 130 million units over its lifetime. So, it will be interesting to see more details of this Razr foldable phone which might be disclosed in the upcoming days.

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