In the recent years, the smartphone market has been dominated by devices with large screens. However, a new trend is in the making as several smartphone manufacturers are working on devices with flexible panels that should offer a novel user experience.
One of them is Motorola, which announced a revamped version of its iconic Razr model, which was one of the most popular feature phones during the 2000s. The device will be released soon, and many fans are looking forward to buying the device, which appears to be a worthy competitor for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.
A reliable leaker has released a picture that showcases a golden Motorola Razr. The company did not announce the range of colors in which the device will be available, so there is no way to check if the leak is real or not at this point.
Motorola Razr Gold Version Could Soon Be Available
Some argue that Motorola could release an exclusive edition, and only a limited number of devices will be available in this color. A similar venture took place in 2006 when Motorola and Dolce & Gabbana signed a deal to release a golden Razr V3i, which was well-received by the public.
The greatest strength of the foldable Razr is represented by the small form, which allows it to slip easily even in small pockets. In an industry that remains focused on trimming bezels to increase the panel size, it is refreshing to see a device that doesn’t focus the classic bigger is better cliché.
Early adopters who plan to buy the device will have to pay a premium fee, as is the case with new technology that hasn’t proved that it will attract customers in the long run. The price tag may not be for the faint of heart, but Motorola had to develop several parts from scratch to make the jump from concept to reality. It remains to be seen if the device will be popular in the long run.
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