The Motorola RAZR, also known in UK as the "V3", was one of the most popular smartphones of the 2000s. The mobile phone launched in 2004 was able to conquer the world audience with a slim, elegant and above all quality device.
Therefore, it is possible that the return of the Motorola razr will happen this year as the company's first folding smartphone.
This is not the first time to talk about this subject. Almost a year ago, a Lenovo executive – who bought Motorola – said that the Motorola RAZR would hit the market soon with futuristic technology. Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal reported more on these claims.
According to the information, the new and improved Motorola RAZR will arrive to an operator in the United States of America mid 2019 and will be one of first folding smartphones in the market. He also said that his value should be around $ 1500, or € 1300 at the current exchange rate.
What will Motorola's folding smartphone look like?
Although this information has not been mentioned with respect to its design, it is believed that the Motorola RAZR may follow the design of some previous patents.
That is, we will have a "stretched" equipment that can easily be folded into a shell. Remembering the mythical Motorola RAZR of the 2000s.
Motorola was big in the past and ended up in Lenovo hands
Motorola was one of the largest mobile phone companies in the world. In fact, Motorola was much more than that. It had infrastructure like no one else and was one of the most patented companies registered in its name. That's why in 2012 Motorola sold its smartphone and patent business called "Motorola Mobility" to Google.
However, the purchase from Google did not take long. As might be expected, the American company got all the patents on the brand and eventually sold the name "Motorola" to Lenovo.
Now Motorola is still relevant in countries like Brazil, but is not yet able to gain prominence in the European Continent. Hopefully this new Motorola RAZR will make a difference.
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