Before the smartphone revolution, there were cool flip-phones...like the Motorola RAZR from the early 2000s. Who remembers that phone?
The Motorola Razr was a super-thin, metallic flip-phone that honestly was the "it" phone before the introduction of the Galaxy and iPhones.
There are credible rumors and reports that the beloved RAZR is making a comeback!
According to The Wall Street Journal, Lenovo (company that owns Motorola) plans to bring back the RAZR as a new phone with a fold-able screen. WOAH, right?
There really are no details thus far on the specs, such as phone screen, whether it'll be 4G or 5G, but the reports says that Lenovo is working with Verizon to release the phone, possibly as soon as next month.
The report also says that the phone will start at $1,500, putting on a sky-high price on the futuristic bit of nostalgia. Yes, you read that correctly...$1,500.
USA TODAY reached out to Motorola to confirm the comeback, and the company responded with a video depicting the "shrug" emoticon, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯, and the company's logo. I guess that's kind of confirmation, right? Pretty hilarious too.
The return of the RAZR could be a game changer for the mobile phone industry. According to Bloomberg, the phone was so popular that Motorola sold more than 130 million units in four years,
How do you guys feel about the potential return of the Motorola RAZR? Leave your thoughts and comments and tell us how you feel!
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