While Galaxy Fold is finally hitting the shelves in half of the world, just in time to put it in your Christmas gift list, Lenovo has unveiled its first foldable phone. To be more precise, it's the first with a foldable display, since foldable phones were pretty common back at the end of the 20th century when we called them “flip phones” and Moto was the king was the Razr. Lenovo, the Chinese company which acquired Motorola from Google some years ago, is ready to reboot the Razr with a brand new concept: now it's a phone that's pocket-sized when folded, and meets with today's display needs when opened, with a 6.2" large 21:9 screen. And there's also a small screen on the outside. It's a completely different form factor from what we've seen until today, with foldable phones intended as smartphones that become square-shaped tablets. And it's not just a nostalgia-based operation like the recent ones by Nokia and other brands.
The new Motorola Razr will be available in selected countries from January, with a starting price of €1500.