MIAMI – Before the days of iPhones and Androids, the Motorola Razr flip phone was the must-have piece of status symbol tech.
Now, over a decade-and-a-half since it's demise, the Razr is reportedly being brought back from the dead. USA Today reports the phone will return with a foldable screen and 5G connectivity.
Lenovo, the company that bought Motorola from Google, is planning on re-releasing the phone as early next month, with a price tag starting at $1,500.
According to USA Today, when asked to confirm whether the Razr was returning, Motorola replied with a ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ emoticon.