Motorola Razr is making a comeback as a foldable smartphone

Motorola is planning to revive it’s Razr brand which once sat on the throne for one of the most iconic and stylish phones in the market. The start of Razr brand dates back to more than a decade, the time when Nokia ruled the market, Motorola was one brand that managed to survive and sell phones under the brand name Razr.

Unfortunately, the company hit a dead end after Apple launched iPhone in 2007 and it saw a decline in sales and was later acquired by Google who in turn sold it to Lenovo in 2014. Since then the company has been making smartphones under its umbrella but hasn’t seen much success. However, this might change soon as a new report from The Wall Street Journal claims that Motorola Razr might make a comeback. This time around, Motorola Razr will come with Android and will cost a whopping $1,500. WSJ also noted that Motorola Razr will be a foldable phone but it’s not clear if they meant foldable as in flip phones or an actual foldable phone like the one Samsung showed at their Developer Conference.

Motorola is rumoured to announce the Razr phone as early as next month and it will be made in limited quantities probably around 200,000.

Source: Wall Street Journal

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