The Razr is back.
Fifteen years after launching the iconic flip phone, Motorola is showing off its highly anticipated reboot: a $1499 smartphone with a flexible display that folds up when you're not using it.
I got an early look at the new Razr at a press event in Los Angeles on Tuesday, and I can safely say that it looks like it was worth the wait.
Motorola's new Razr isn't the first smartphone with a foldable, flexible display, but it's the first such phone I've actually been really excited about — and not just because it stays true to its flip-phone roots.
The most striking thing about the Razr is how much it looks like the original. While other foldable phones use dual-screen displays that are awkwardly wide, the new Razr preserves the original clamshell design of its namesake. Read more...More about Tech, Smartphones, Motorola, Razr, and Tech