Do you remember Motorola Razr ? It was hot in the day – all the cool kids had it. Well, good news: it may look like a modern smartphone. Once again.
According to a recent report from The Wall Street Journal Lenovo (which bought Motorola from Google in 2014) plans to partner with Verizon to re-launch a phone with the same name as Razr. The wrong side? It will be a collapsible $ 1500. Fifteen. Hundred. Oof Dollars.
Of course, this is not the first time the Razr brand has seen a reboot – if you were an Android user back then when the Droid brand was at the heart of Verizon, you may remember from Droid Razr. It was a slender phone (for the time) that was striving to stay true to the Razr brand. It was a cool phone at the time.
Be that as it may, it is a rather abundant history lesson. Let's talk about this delusional thing that Lenovo and Verizon have in the kitchen. Apparently, it could come out in February (like next month), although it seems they will only produce about 200,000 units. This makes sense, because few people will pay $ 1,500 for a smartphone, let alone for a smartphone based solely on nostalgia.
Otherwise, the remaining details, like the material, are rare. So we know it will be expensive, foldable and niche. I can not wait to see him.
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