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Motorola’s RAZR a $1500 foldable smartphone may launch at MWC

17 January 2019 3

Moto Razr, Motorola’s most iconic phone ever may make a comeback soon as hinted earlier. Lenovo backed Motorola is said to be working to bring back the classic flip phone in a foldable avatar and also wants to cash in on the nostalgia quite like Nokia did with the reboot of the cult favorite Nokia 3310 and Nokia 8110, the banana phone.

As per a report on Wall Street Journal, the Motorola Razr may come to the US as Verizon exclusive. The report also suggests that the price of this phone could be approximately $1500 and since it is still in a testing mode, launch date and price is subject to change.


Currently there is limited information available regarding the Motorola Razr foldable phone, however, it is not the first time Motorola is trying to cash in on the Razr branding. The Droid Razr smartphone was launched way back in 2011 when Motorola was still in the original hands.

WSJ reports that Motorola is aiming to make over 200,000 new Razr phones but selling them at a steep price point of $1500 may be slightly tricky. Foldable smartphones are at a nascent stage right now with only FlexPai from Royole is available in the market and Samsung has just teased its phone while Huawei’s foldable phone is still a rumor.

In any case, we are hoping that the rumors around the Motorola Razr phone are true and we get to see the phone soon.

  • The Royole FlexPai isn't still available online. To be notified when it becomse available click here.
  • The Nokia 8110 4G isn't still available online. To be notified when it becomse available click here.
  • The Nokia 3310 4G isn't still available online. To be notified when it becomse available click here.

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Motorola’s RAZR a $1500 foldable smartphone may launch at MWC
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AbdulMalik
AbdulMalik

At times, it's enchanting to get nostalgic. And Nokia was able to achieve that. And sounds like Motorola is going the same way to make its customer go down the memory lane.

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