Lenovo exec confirms Motorola Razr 3 foldable is coming

Moto Razr foldable half folded moto logo on table


  • A Lenovo executive has confirmed that a third-generation Motorola Razr is in the works.
  • The Motorola Razr 3 is set to have improved power and more.

The Motorola Razr was part of the first wave of foldable phones back in 2019, being the first to offer a clamshell form factor akin to the classic Razr feature phones. Motorola would follow up with the Razr 5G in late 2020, but Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip line had stolen its thunder by then.

Now, Lenovo executive Chen Jin has revealed on Weibo that a third-generation Motorola Razr foldable is in the works. According to machine translation, the new foldable phone will have improved power, a tweaked interface, and a better appearance. It also seems like the phone could launch in China first. Check out the machine-translated screenshot below.

Motorola Lenovo Chen Jin Razr 3

Motorola will be entering a more competitive foldable phone landscape with its third-generation effort. For one, Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 3 comes in at just $999 and offers features like water resistance, a tougher screen, and flagship power. Huawei has also just announced its ~$1,400 P50 Pocket, bringing a large battery for a clamshell foldable and a quirky camera setup.

Hopefully, the Motorola Razr 3 (or whatever the foldable is called) has flagship silicon, a much bigger battery than earlier Razr devices, and a tougher foldable screen. What would you like to see from the next Razr foldable? Let us know via the poll below.

What would you like to see from the Motorola Razr 3?

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