We’re you obsessed with the Razr phone back in the 2000s? Almost everyone I knew had one and if you didn’t have one you weren’t cool.
Well if you were in love with your Razr like I was you will be happy to know that the Razr is back, yet now it’s an Android cell phone that can overlap into equal parts. Motorola has officially reported its much-rumored present-day turn on the famous flip telephone. The 2019 Razr keeps a similar general structure factor yet replaces the T9 keypad and little LCD with a 6.2-inch foldable plastic OLED board and Android 9 Pie. It’ll cost you $1,499 when it lands in January 2020.
The new Razr is a very basic level interpretation of the foldable telephones that we’ve seen up until this point: rather than transforming a cutting edge measured telephone into a littler tablet, it transforms a customary estimated cell phone into something a lot littler and progressively pocketable. AMAZING!
This isn’t the first time Motorola has attempted to bring back the notable RAZR marking. There was a whole line of genuinely nonexclusive Droid RAZR telephones a couple of years back on which Motorola just slapped the name in order to remind clients of its past magnificence.
Be that as it may, the new Razr is considerably more than only a well-known brand name. This is a genuine beneficiary to the first flip telephone, with a plan that is vigorously motivated by its 2004 forerunner, directly down to the enormous bended jaw on the base (which presently likewise has a progressively current unique mark sensor and a USB-C charging port).
I don’t know about you guys but I’m totally thrilled and can’t wait to make the new Razr my daily phone. The Razr was a big shift point in my teenagehood, it opened my eyes to where technology could go in terms oh how thin. I loved my Razr flip phone, and I loved everything they did after including this current model.