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Motorola Reconstructed Classic Razr as Cutting-Edge Foldable Smartphone

Wahaj Ali

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We all know about Motorola and their classic mobile phones but Motorola Reconstructed Classic Razr as Cutting-Edge Foldable Smartphone and that’s why we have collected some pictures from the internet and it is been viral on the internet.

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Anyone who had a cell phone in the early 2000s will remember the Motorola Razr fondly. With its ultra-thin profile and the satisfying snap it made when closing, it was the height of fashionable technology. Of course, a lot has changed since the original Razr debuted in 2004 and Motorola has long been overshadowed when it comes to smartphones. But the company is back and staking its claim with a new Razr that promises to be a top-notch folding smartphone.

Morphing into an Android, the new Motorola Razr is already generating a lot of buzz. Rumors had been swirling about the device for quite some time, with Motorola making good when it announced the product at a recent press event in Los Angeles. Its flexible screen means that it closes down to a pocket-sized device and then unfolds seamlessly into a smartphone with a 6-inch touchscreen.

The company was bought by computer manufacturer Lenovo in 2014 and this merge was hugely helpful in developing the technology for the Motorola Razr. Since 2015 the companies have been researching foldable screens, which has led them to confidently announce the phone. The plastic OLED interior display has edges set into the stainless steel frame, so users won’t have to worry about debris making its way inside. And, of course, the folding mechanism means that the screen has built-in protection.

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