The rebirth of the iconic Motorola Razr will be available for pre-order in the United States from January 26 and will be available for purchase online and in stores in the United States from February 6.

The Motorola Razr, which starts from $ 1,500, can be pre-ordered through Verizon, the Web site of Motorola, and wal-mart.

Regarding the launch of the Razr in other markets outside of the United States, Motorola will make announcements later.

The modern version of the smartphone foldable Motorola Razr has been delayed compared to the original release date of December 26, due to “strong demand,” said the company in Business Insider.

With its beautiful design, the technology for viewing the fold-edge technologies and a strong dash of nostalgia for owners of the Razr’s original in the years 2000, the upcoming droid Razr from Motorola is without a doubt one of the smartphones that are in demand. One of the highlights of the new Razr is that it can be folded when not in use, taking up less space in your pocket and in your bag than a traditional smartphone.

That said, the new Motorola Razr may not necessarily satisfy fans of smartphones that require specific features and more high, especially for a relatively high price of $ 1,500.


The new Razr comes with specifications mediocre, but decent, including a chip Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 that will be launched in 2018 and 6 GB of RAM. For comparison, the premium smartphone of 2020 will work probably with the latest chip Qualdr Snapdragon 865 Qualcomm. In the new Razr also lack features that many would expect from a smartphone, and $ 1,500 in 2020, as the support 5G, wireless charging, water-resistance and a large battery.

Also worth noting, that the display technology for smartphone folding is only beginning and has not yet been fully demonstrated its reliability.

It is safe to say, then, that the Razr $ 1,500 will be a device that is designed more for form rather than for its function. However, its design and the factor of nostalgia are absolutely undeniable.

What do you think?

Source: Businessinsider.