Upon doing so, you're competing against Samsung's W line of foldable phones. Give it a SD 835 at 1/4 of the cost of Samsung's latest foldable phone.
Do it, Motorola. I want one, just put Android and a decent camera on it.
Foldable display with metal back and high end specs thats what I'm expecting
I adored my razr v3 until its very last breath. It'll be amazing to have a modernized version at this age. Hopefully it'll be just as awesome as the original.
I had that phone (IN PINK) and in the arc I had it I really loved it's design.
I hope the remastered version will be a beast.
Whatever Lenovo makes might not exist, it will never be the same Motorola as it was a years ago. My Razr V3i still goes strong - 11 years with the same original battery, if it was made by Lenovo it would turn into trash many years ago.
I wish they bring something like driod razr design like too in the market.
Better refresh the Atrix & the lapdock.
When it was first launch, arm linux / cpu is not good. But now its a good time for a comeback.
On seeing this video, my guess is that the moto razr will have a slow motion back camera, as well as a selfie camera, a plastic body (there was some glossiness) and small size for one hand usability.
Interesting... I've had this in mind for 2 years. Moto RAZR is the only phone that actually deserves a COMEBACK. It was the best most premium phone of the old days. Almost bought a Gold one from Ebay.IN as a secondary phone in 2015. The battery made me shy away. It had a terrible battery this one
Thin foldable phones had WOW-factor in 2005, not 2018. We only need a neat, reliable, affordable phone now with good battery life, camera and other features.
What Lenovo can do is make a RAZR phone that will enable it to be an extension of your main phone (say, a Galaxy S9)... OR make the battery life longer and double it as a very reliable mobile hotspot.
Rayne, 28 Feb 2018What success have Nokia had with the new 3310 (2017)?? It barely sold. First they launched wit... moreIn India Nokia 3310 (2017) is quite successful. The primary aim behind reviving the icon was to generate buzz and hype in media which will eventually benefit the Android lineup. It's like fire signal when you are stranded in a Hill area. They became successful last year and they have become successful this year too. Mr.Mobil aka Michael Fischer first posted hands on Nokia 8110 video and after reading the comments asking about Nokia 8 Sirocco he eventually made the video about it.
What success have Nokia had with the new 3310 (2017)?? It barely sold. First they launched with 2g. Then 3g. Then 4g. Nobody bought it it was basically useless. Motorola should launch the razr with Android capability. Capable camera. Processer that supports 4g+.wifi 5ghz. With the iconic metal build quality. It will be fantastic and relevant.