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End of year, most likely December, is when the foldable Motorola RAZR should be announced in the United States, where it will reportedly go for $1,500.
We've seen several Moto Razr renders, but if the phone ends up being identical to the one rendered here, it will be an awesome phone to have.
The Motorola RAZR foldable flip-phone is coming. The company itself confirmed it through an executive. This video shows us what to expect.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the new renders of Motorola's new RAZR foldable smartphone, the periscope camera in the Honor 20 Pro, and more.
A set of Motorola RAZR renders has leaked and it describes and illustrates what the reports have been suggesting about the phone.
While there are no details regarding its availability, the Motorola RAZR specs and device name have been confirmed by this leak.
While we have a decent clue about how the new foldable Motorola RAZR phone will look, there's little we know about its software capabilities.
A Motorola foldable smartphone is coming and might not be that far out, according to a company executive that tackled the issue at MWC 2019.
Meizu and vivo push their buttons. Also on our show, Motorola and Xiaomi are pushing foldables forward and a look to what we want at MWC 2019.
If tech companies want to make smartphones that can flex and bend, they can't be using brittle glass to front their displays.
We may soon see a new foldable Motorola RAZR smartphone and here are some images that will help us have a better idea of what to expect
Is Motorola really serious when it talks about a $1,500 foldable phone that looks like an unsteady prop for its old and abused RAZR legacy? We think so.
Motorola has been working in the design for foldable display smartphones, and now we can at least see the patent of one that resembles the famous Razr
Lenovo's Tech World '16 is expected to be a mobile haven for augmented reality and modular accessories. Watch the keynote live, right here.
June 9 will most likely see a Motorola Moto X-following Moto Z debut in San Francisco, and an odd family connection with the ancient Razr is teased.
Smartphones are more capable than ever before, but they are also duller in appearance than the RAZRs of yesteryear. Read on for the thoughts behind our hunger for the next big thing.
Read our full review of the Verizon Motorola Droid RAZR HD, complete with benchmarks, tips and tricks, network speed tests and more!