Motorola is hinting that it will reveal a foldable smartphone version of the iconic Razr in less than a month
- Motorola sent out invitations for a November 13 event.
- The company seems poised to reveal a revamped foldable smartphone version of the iconic Razr from the mid 2000s.
- Little is known about the device. Motorola confirmed that it was working on such a smartphone earlier this year, and several leaks, rumors, and reports suggest it'll have "mid-range" specs.
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Motorola is sending out invitations to a November 13 event where the company will reveal a "reinvented icon."
There's no absolute confirmation, but there's also little doubt - it's going to be the revamped foldable smartphone version of the iconic Motorola Razr, the ultra-thin flip phone that turned heads in the mid-'00s.
A GIF sent by Motorola even shows the original Razr's hinge being peeled away to reveal what appears to be the hinge of the new upcoming device.
The original Razr phone was already foldable, but rumors are suggesting that nearly the whole interior of the phone will be a display with this modern refresh.
Either way, it's less than a month until Motorola makes the announcement, where we'll get all the details and photos we can possibly gather and share.
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