The foldable phones are coming, Motorola first foldable phone Motorola Razr Flip Phone V4 is ready to launch the next 2019 Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. Motorola Razr is one of its most-loved retro brands in the form of a foldable phone version. According to The Wall Street Journal report, this phone of Motorola is clamshell design and different from 90 percent of their competitors. It is being told that this phone of Lenovo experimenting with bendable phones with Motorola.
It has also been said in the report that Lenovo is talking to Verizon with the US Telecom Company for partnership with this phone and this phone may be launched in Mobile World Congress. According to the report, Motorola Razr costs $ 1,500 i.e. around Rs 1,04,300. However, Motorola has not officially made any statement regarding this report.
Perhaps the most interesting revelation, Motorola Razr was lined in 2004 and has a lot of demand in the market due to the flip phone where the internal project name was Motorola FolderBoop. At that time this phone was launched in the name of Razr V3, discovering a design filed back in December 2018.
Motorola has been launched the phone with Verizon, it’s smartphone Droid Razr Android smartphone in Oct 2011 and 2012. It is said that the Droid Razr phone was the world’s thinnest phone at that time. It was the world’s thinnest smartphone at the time and its thickness was only 7.1mm.
Motorola’s RAZR is returning as a $1,500 folding smartphone, similar to the one that Samsung has teased for later this year. According to the latest report Lenovo is hoping to manufacture over 200,000 of the new RAZRs will be the end of January but it is no information yet what screen size, specifications, or even form factor will be.
Motoral Razr, who came in the market in 2011, has been one of Motorola’s most successful smartphones. This time foldable phones and the ability to run three apps simultaneously with the next version of Android. The Motorola Razr was a series of mobile phones by Motorola. Perhaps this is the reason why the company wants to present this name as a brand for the new foldable phone. Until that happens, we’ll have a weird and wonderful array of folding devices to play with, and Mobile World Congress looks like it will be where the competition will really get started.