Flip Out! Motorola Confirms Launch Date for Next-Gen Razr Foldable

Get ready for the return of the flip! Motorola teases the arrival of its next-generation Razr foldable phone,

Motorola Razr 50 & 50 Ultra: Get Ready for the Flip Phone's Triumphant Return!

Remember flip phones? Get ready for their grand comeback! Motorola is about to drop a new generation of its iconic Razr smartphones, and this time they're packing foldable screens and cutting-edge tech. The new lineup is rumored to include a successor to the impressive Razr 40 Ultra – you know, the one with the mind-blowing 165Hz flexible pOLED display that folds in half? Yeah, that one. It looks like we'll also see a more budget-friendly model, possibly taking inspiration from the original Razr 40.

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An official Razr 50 promo. (Source: Motorola)

Mark your calendars for June 25, 2024! That's when Lenovo (Motorola's parent company) is set to officially reveal these exciting new phones in China. Word on the street is they'll be called the Razr 50 and Razr 50 Ultra, though we might see different names for the global launch (maybe something like Razr and Razr+ 2024 for the US?). Either way, expect to see them hit shelves worldwide sometime in July 2024.

Rumors suggest we can expect the same gorgeous main displays as the 2023 models, but with some exciting upgrades. Think even bigger cover displays (especially on the 50 Ultra!), the supercharged Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 processor, bigger batteries for longer playtime, and more RAM and storage than ever before. The future of flip phones is looking bright!

And if you just can't wait to get your hands on a foldable Razr, the 8GB/256GB Razr+ 2023 is a steal right now at just $649.99 on Amazon!

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Lenovo teases its Razr 2024 launch event. (Source: Lenovo CN)


Lenovo CN via GSMArena

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