Motorola Bringing Back RAZR, Running Android?

No, you’re not having a flashback to 2005. Rumor has it that Motorola is working to bring back one of the most popular phones of its time, the RAZR. Obviously it was phased out by newer devices with different operating systems, so they’d have to make a few changes. The photo above was supposedly taken with the Motorola Slimline, a device that was leaked during that Moto site redesign a few months ago. As you can tell, the photo isn’t exactly HD quality, so it’s possible that this whole thing is a farce. The RAZR was known for its slim profile, which leads us to believe that Moto could be working on a thin Android device, hence the Slimline name.

Motorola may also rebrand the device as the Droid RAZR, which obviously puts it on Verizon’s network. Now, we haven’t heard any more about the Slimline, and as mentioned, the photo may have been fabricated along with this whole story. For now, we advise you to take this with a grain of salt until more information is uncovered.

So if the rumors are true, what do you think about Motorola’s attempt to bring back the RAZR? Would you buy the Slimline? Sound off in the comments below!

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