Sales could kick off as soon as February 2019, the WSJ reports, though warns that the new RAZR is still in testing and that timelines could still change.
Do you miss being able to dramatically shut your flip phone after an angry phone call? The latest iteration of the Razr is unlikely to catch much interest at $1,500, but it could become a nostalgic status symbol for some customers.
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Not only is the upcoming Motorola RAZR going to be expensive, but it will likely also be available as early as next month in the United States. According to Cult of Mac, Lenovo might just take a cue from Samsung on the phone. The phone was nearly instantly one of the most popular on the market, thanks to its thin, innovative design. But Lenovo, the Chinese company that owns Motorola, has been talking up a storm about a revival. Its ultra-thin design allowed the device to be marketed as an ultra high-end phone.
By resurrecting the Razr this year, Lenovo is aiming to tap into an increasing number of consumers who are content to hold onto their older phones longer, the Journal said. Specifically, speculations suggest that the phone could cost as much as US$1500 (~RM6162); considerably more than a 64GB and 256GB iPhone XS.
This is not the first time Motorola has attempted to revive the Razr brand.
Nostalgia for the devices of decades past have spurred some unexpected remakes.