People appear to like nostalgia in their technology and mobile devices. Following the success of Nokia rolling out an update version of its ever popular 3310 (still one of the greatest mobile devices ever made), it appears Motorola is hoping to spark a similar craze with the return of its flip-hone Razr brand. Back in the early 2000s, before touch screens became a thing and Al and Sam even entered high school, flip phones were a popular thing as it allowed for a phone to still be compact and fit in your pocket or purse, but then expand and type should you need to do so.
Now the Wall Street Journal is revealing that Motorola is looking to bring it back, but
Details on what other features the phone will contain are sparse at the moment, though it is expected to feature a modern OLED display, run on a version of Google’s Android OS and probably contain a pretty fancy camera –along with other modern GPS, Bluetooth
That nostalgia though comes at a cost, with the report
We will have to wait and see what the actual device will look like once Motorola officially reveals it. It’s unlikely the phone will make its way to South Africa – though
Last Updated: January 23, 2019