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Motorola's RAZR is unlike any other foldable we've used
We all knew Motorola was working on some kind of foldable phone, but it wasn’t until late last night that the company revealed the fruit of its labor: The $1,500 Motorola Razr. Just like the name suggests, it’s a fresh take on the company’s iconic mid-2000s flip phone, except this time it has a striking, 6.2-inch touchscreen that closes in on itself allowing it to slip into your pocket more easily. If you want to get a sense of what the Razr can do, or what it's like to use, be sure to check out out our full hands-on coverage. For now, let’s look at what makes the Razr so different, and what those differences mean for Motorola's first foldable.
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