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Motorola's Razr comes at an important moment for
. It was the first proof of concept for a folding phone whose screen bends in half vertically to maximize screen real estate while saving physical space. It also reinvents the original Motorola Razr from 2004, drawing on that iconic flip phone to feed this new Razr's initial popularity. If Motorola can transform that wave of nostalgia into purchases, it can help secure a bit of a comeback for a brand that plans to return to the premium phone race.
The Motorola Razr has a 6.2-inch internal screen and a 2.7-inch outer display, a 16-megapixel main camera fingerprint reader and 128GB of onboard storage. Unlike Samsung's Galaxy Fold, the Razr claims to be splash-proof, with a stronger screen.
Watch this: Motorola Razr is futuristic and familiar
Motorola Razr is a foldable flip phone like you've never seen before
There's only one model of the Razr, and it'll cost you $1,499 for 128GB of storage. Scroll to the end for all the phone's specs.
Where you can buy the Razr
Motorola Razr is a Verizon Wireless exclusive in the US
Once preorders open, there's only one wireless carrier where you can buy and use the Razr: Verizon. You can sign up for Verizon's payment plan of $63 per month for 24 months, or pay full price for the foldable phone.
There's no word on exactly which Walmart stores will keep the new Razr in stock, but Motorola has said that "select Walmart locations" will stock the device. We recommend you call your local store about inventory before jumping in the car.
Outside the US
In the UK,
will be the Motorola Razr's exclusive carrier seller. The network has a registration page if you want to keep up to date on the sale date and price.
We also know that Motorola will sell the Razr in Canada and in select European countries, as well as across Latin America, Asia and Australia.