Many of us still think upon those flip-phone days of yesteryear fondly, and with recent smart phones more resembling tablets than portable mobile devices, Motorola's new iteration of the classic RAZR is the kind of shake-up the iPhone and Android-dominated marketplace needs. This RAZR will feature a full OLED touchscreen when flipped open, as well as a small touchscreen on the front of the device when it's closed. Good luck with your giant iPhones and Galaxies and Pixels—I've got Hello Moto right here in my breast pocket, thanks.
Did you just say $1500 for a phone that will maybe last two years? We've all survived for 15 years without a foldable smart phone, and now we know why. Motorola can sell the nostalgia all it wants, but when it comes to what really matters on modern-day cell phones—durability, battery life, portrait mode for heaven's sake!—the new RAZR surely folds, er, falls, short. Half the size isn't worth double the price.