Sep 14 AT 4:07 PM Taylor Wimberly 18 Comments

Thin is still in, Motorola to revive RAZR series with new Droid?


Motorola’s iconic RAZR series might be making a return in a new Droid flavor, according to some EXIF data spotted in a photo by PocketNow. The slimline RAZR first debuted in 2004 and went on to sell over 130 million units, becoming the best-selling clamshell phone in the world.

All we have to go by is the name, Motorola Droid RAZR, but it sounds like the once-popular brand will be making a return to Verizon sometime soon. Evan Blass of PocketNow points out that the RAZR was always known for being slim, so this could match up with the Motorola Slimline that leaked back in May.

As a former RAZR owner, I would love to see the series get a new Android-powered refresh. I’m not so sure about a clamshell design becoming wildly successful again, but we have seen some pretty crazy designs coming out this year.

What design and features would you like to see in a possible Droid RAZR phone?

Source: PocketNow

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