Man, do you remember the Motorola Razr? At that time was hot ̵
Lenovo (which Motorola bought from Google in 2014) plans to partner with Verizon to re-release a phone with popular namesake Razr, according to a recent Wall Street Journal report. The disadvantage? It will be a foldable $ 1500. Fifteen. Hundred. Dollar Oof. Of course, this is not the first time that the Razr brand has experienced a reboot – if you were Android users when the trademark Droid Verizon was so hot, you might remember the Droid Razr. It was a sleek (for the time being) handset that did everything to stay true to the Razr brand. It was a cool phone back then.
But it's enough history lesson – let's talk about this wild thing that Lenovo and Verizon are cooking. Apparently, it might appear as early as February (like next month), though it looks like they're only making about 200,000 units. That makes sense, because not many people will spend 1500 euros for a smartphone, let alone on a purely nostalgic basis.
Otherwise, the remaining details like the hardware are scarce. Now we know that it will be expensive, foldable and a niche. I can not wait to see it.
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