Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Motorola is working on a foldable Razr device

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The foldable smartphone space is getting very competitive these days, with more and more companies announcing lots of foldable devices. Motorola was one of the pioneers of this space, with the original foldable Razr launched in 2019.

The 5G device was followed up a year later and it made smaller waves, but the company remains unfazed by it and it is already working on the next-generation Razr.

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This information comes straight from a Lenovo exec, posting on Wibo (Lenovo owns Motorola). He promises that the next Razr will be more advanced in terms of performance, and it will come with a better UI.


In addition to this, the design will be nicer as well.

Finally, it looks like the new Razr will launch first in the Chinese market, breaking with tradition.

This makes sense, however, considering that foldable devices are taking the Chinese smartphones market by storm currently, and Motorola/Lenovo definitely does not want to let its competitors have all the fun.

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We are expecting the next Razr to launch internationally as well since both of its predecessors have.

Unfortunately, we do not have any more details about the next Razr at this moment, but we will let you know when we come across more information.

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