Back in November last year, Motorola announced their own foldable phone in the form of the Motorola Razr, a revival of the classic and iconic design, except with a modern twist where on the inside it featured a flexible display. The handset was originally supposed to launch after Christmas, but the company delayed the release.
Last month, after an entire year of rumors and speculation, Motorola announced the Motorola Razr foldable smartphone. For those unfamiliar, this is a smartphone with a foldable display on the inside and sports the design of the classic Razr feature phone from back in the day, except with a hi-tech modern twist.
Motorola launched another phone in its One series, the Motorola One Hyper. At $399.99, the Hyper sounds more like a mid-range, however, on the cameras side, it boasts super high-resolution sensors that enable “night vision”.
So far the major players in the foldable display smartphones have been Samsung and Huawei. Both companies have approached the form factor as a smartphone-cum-tablet hybrid, which we admit is a pretty clever idea and a pretty obvious use of the technology, but it looks like Motorola has since tossed their hat into the ring with a different take on it.
Back in the day of the feature phone, Motorola was the king of premium phones when they launched the Motorola Razr, which at that time, was one of the first few phones to be made out of premium materials. Now it looks like Motorola is ready to make a comeback by reviving the Razr but with a modern twist.
In the early days of the wearable, they weren’t particularly attractive in terms of design. They were functional, but not necessarily aesthetically pleasing. However, Motorola came onto the scene with the Moto 360, which at that time was probably the best-looking smartwatch we had seen.
While Motorola hasn’t been quite as aggressive on the mobile front compared to companies like Samsung, Xiaomi, Huawei, and Apple, they do have a couple of new smartphones. One of those smartphones comes in the form of the Motorola Action One, which was originally announced back in August earlier this year, and is now finally available for pre-order in the US.
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The Motorola One Zoom is the latest smartphone announced at IFA 2019, and its emphasis is clear: bring the latest in mobile camera technology into the mainstream market.
Back in the day of the feature phone, Motorola was one of the bigger name players around where the company’s RAZR smartphone was one of the hottest-selling smartphones at that time. As some of you might have heard, the company is expected to bring it back with a modern twist.
When it comes to smartphones, Motorola doesn’t seem to be pushing their agenda quite as hard compared to the other players, such as Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, LG, and so on. However, it seems that the company could have a new phone up their sleeves that could prove to be a worthy contender.
It was reported that Motorola would be coming out with a new smartphone soon and that’s precisely what the company has done today. It has announced the Moto Z4 which is more of a mid-range smartphone than a full-fledged flagship. It does, however, have Moto Mod support which means that it will be possible to attach a 5G mod to the device.
Lenovo’s Motorola has unveiled a new smartphone today as part of the Motorola One lineup. It’s quite different from the current lineup from the company so it’s certainly unique in its own right. The Motorola One Vision features a 6.3 inch LCD display. It’s a rather tall display with a 21:9 aspect ratio. Such tall displays are great for watching movies.
For a while now we have been hearing rumors that Motorola could have a new Moto Z4 handset in the works, and now thanks to a newly-leaked render shared by Evan Blass on Twitter, we have an idea of what the phone could look like in every possible conceivable angle, leaving pretty much nothing to the imagination.