• Motorola throws back to the future with a foldable Razr reboot

    23 days ago - By TechCrunch

    The rebirth of the Razr has been rumored for several months now. And honestly, such a product is a bit of a no-brainer. The Lenovo-owned company is embracing the burgeoning world of foldables with the return of one of its most iconic models.
    While it's true that Motorola's kept the Razr name alive in some form or another well into the Android era, everything that's come since has failed to recapture the magic of the once mighty brand.
    From the looks of things, however, the newly announced Razr is a lovely bit of symmetry. The product, which was announced earlier today in Los Angeles, leans...
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  • Motorola Razr hands-on: A foldable design that makes so much sense

    Motorola Razr hands-on: A foldable design that makes so much sense

    23 days ago - By ZDnet

    Motorola's foldable phone just might be the smartest approach yet.
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  • The reimagined Motorola Razr goes official as a Verizon exclusive

    The reimagined Motorola Razr goes official as a Verizon exclusive

    23 days ago - By Phone Arena

    If you've been following the , then you don't have to read another story about an unannounced phone. Yes, the wait is over and the rumors are true, as Verizon has just the iconic Razr phone will indeed make its debut on the market soon enough.
    The reinvented Motorola Razr is a Verizon exclusive and those interested will be able to pre-order one starting December 26. The phone is supposed to hit shelves on January 9, 2020, if nothing bad happens in the meantime.
    Now, the is a vanity item, so it won't come cheap. Verizon is selling the phone for $1,500 outright or $62.49 a month for ...
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  • Motorola razr officially announced, will be available for $1500 from Verizon

    23 days ago - By WMPoweruser

    As expected, Motorola today officially announced the new razr foldable smartphone. The new razr opens and closes like a classic flip phone. The zero-gap hinge in the razr enables it to close with both sides perfectly flush. The touch-enabled Quick View display on the outside of the device will allow users to do several interctions...
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  • Motorola Razr hands-on - Old name, brand new category

    Motorola Razr hands-on - Old name, brand new category

    23 days ago - By SlashGear

    I'm preprogrammed to have a soft spot for the new Motorola Razr, the company's first foldable-screen phone. Like a whole lot of people - 50 million were sold in the first two years, after all - I had a RAZR V3. It wasn't my first Motorola clamshell, mind; my first ever cellphone was a Motorola StarTAC. In the days before...
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  • Motorola RAZR hands-on: Back to the future

    23 days ago - By Android Central

    The flip phone makes a triumphant and expensive return in 2020.
    I'd imagine many of the Motorola RAZR previews you're going to read this week will start something like this: "The original Motorola RAZR, which came out more than 15 years ago, was the first cellphone that worked well and looked good. I have a lingering nostalgic love of the form factor, and the audible snap brings me back to a particular time and place."
    I have none of that. My first cellphone was a Sanyo something-or-other, and by the time I replaced it, the iconic RAZR V3 was long discontinued. I did briefly own a Motorola...
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