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Motorola razr buy one get one free deal available now
Motorola's buy one get one free deal essentially makes the Razr $750 but its only for Verizon.
Motorola foldable Razr arrives in gold this spring
The new foldable Motorola Razr just dropped, but a new 'Blush Gold' version is coming in spring.
Motorola foldable Razr gets glorious teardown treatment
Here's an inside teardown look at Motorola's new foldable Razr smartphone.
Motorola foldable Razr durability tested with real razor, sand, fire
JerryRigEverything breaks my heart with his 2020 Moto RAZR Durability Test.
Samsung Z Flip: folding smartphone without Galaxy
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip could turn out to just be the 'Z Flip' smartphone according to a new trademark by Samsung.
Apple's next-gen Mac might just be a single sheet of glass
A recent patent by Apple teases curved Mac, all built into a single sheet of glass.
Motorola: 'bumps and lumps are normal' on foldable Razr smartphone
Motorola warns foldable Razr phones to be careful.
Motorola's foldable Razr pre-orders ship in early February for $1500
Motorola's more affordable foldable Razr smartphone will start shipping soon.
Motorola delays foldable Razr launch, because it's too popular
Motorola delays foldable Razr to 'better meet consumer demand'
Motorola's new Razr: new foldable smartphone costs $1500
Motorola Razr 2019: 6.2-inch foldable display for $1499, cheaper than Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X.
Leaked images show revived Motorola RAZR model as new foldable phone
Images have leaked of the Motorola RAZR as a foldable device.
Samsung's new clamshell foldable shines in slick new renders
Samsung teases clamshell-style foldable phone concept.
Motorola teases foldable RAZR phone, will reveal it on November 13
Motorola RAZR is back, joins the foldable smartphone market with Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X.
Motorola Droid RAZR, the worlds thinnest smartphone, also splashproof
Motorola Droid RAZR, can the RAZR make the same impact as it did all those years ago?