Moto is bringing back the RAZR

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Motorola’s RAZR has got to be one of the most iconic and sexiest phone series in the 2000s (sorry Nokia 3310, meh). Strikingly styled with a superthin profile, the series first debuted in 2004. Its best-selling clamshell phone – the RAZR V3 sold more than 130 million units.

Moto RAZR Mod

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But what’s this?

Moto is set to bring back the RAZR. Yes, you read that correctly.

With all that’s retro being cool – you know, turntables, Kombi vans, Stan Smiths, this could be perfect timing.

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Moto RAZR V3
Moto RAZR V3 | Credit: Wikipedia

Its comeback though, may not be in the form we’re expecting it to be. Moto says it’s bringing back its icon as a Moto Mod.

As you know, Moto Mods are Moto’s modular smartphone platform, kickstarted with the stunning Moto Z and Moto Z Play.

The modular nature makes it easy to add accessories or extend the feature set of the Moto device by snapping on a mod.

Moto Mods

This is executed beautifully as seen on the Hasselblad True Zoom camera mod, JBL Speaker mod, Incipio offGRID Power Pack mod and Lenovo’s own Projector mod.

It will be interesting how the RAZR Mod will be executed. A flip keyboard? I don’t know.

What do you think?

Source: Moto Malaysia


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And… an official update from Moto Malaysia:

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Introducing Moto’s all-new, non-irritable, customisable and portable RAZR Mod.

When it’s time for you to shave, our smart Mod reminds you via push notifications. While going at it, control the precision of your shave at the touch of a button. To complement your shave, our aftershave dispenser automatically soothes your skin.

This innovative Moto Mod allows you to shave anytime, anywhere, working seamlessly on your Moto Z with just a snap. How cool is that? Not!!



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