Motorola has thrown its hat into the folding smartphone ring with a revamped version of its Razr flip phone that was first launched 15 years go.
The new model of the same name, which will launch in the US in January 2020, mimics the recognisable shape of the 2004 original with a cover that flips up to reveal the screen.
But instead of a keypad and 2.2 inch display, the inside is entirely made up of a continuous, 6.2 inch OLED touchscreen display.
Made of flexible plastic, the display bends in half without the visible seam that marks similar folding screens such as Huawei’s Mate X and Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, according to Motorola.
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