It'll cost $1,499
Motorola has officially announced the successor to the Motorola Razr which keeps the same general form factor of its icon past but replaces the T9 keypad and small LCD with a 6.2-inch foldable plastic OLED panel and Android 9 Pie.
Bound to Razr an eyebrow or two
While most people think that Apple's move to jack up the price of handsets backfired, it seems that Motorola didn't get the memo and is making the price tag of its Razr even more stupid.
What is so hyper about it?
Motorola is set to release its new Motorola One Hyper and it appears that the only thing surprising about it is the name.
And all sorts of goodies
Motorola's $500 Moto Z4 is finally official, bringing an updated design with a near-notchless 6.4-inch OLED display, headphone jack, and support for the company's Moto Mods.
Might not be the flagship but brings back memories
We already know that Motorola is working on bringing back the iconic Razr smartphone to the market and while it might have a foldable screen, it appears that it won't have flagship hardware, but rather a more modes Snapdragon 710 SoC.
Moto G7 looks rather good for the price
Motorola is releasing three versions of the Moto G7 this year: the G7, the G7 Power, and the G7 Play. A fourth, more powerful G7 Plus model, will also be released internationally. These new devices offer slimmer bezels, bigger displays, and larger batteries than their predecessors.
While Apple shuts down repair companies
While the Fruity Cargo Cult Apple is refusing to allow people to repair the phones they paid for because it is making a fortune repairing them, inhouse Motorola has partnered with iFixit and pledged to support the right to repair movement.
"Make Motorola relevant again"
Motorola announced the second generation of its Moto Z Play smartphone that sold roughly one million units by the end of 2016.
And poaches Intel man
Taiwanese fab company TSMC has approved a capital injection of $4.91 billion at a board meeting.