Moto RAZR and Moto RAZR Plus Brought Back by Designer Michael Muleba

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Remember the Moto RAZR? Well, that device series just got resurrected by designer Michael Muleba, who envisioned two new models part of the series. Those are the Moto RAZR and Moto RAZR Plus pictured below.

These models have iris scanners, bigger screens and dual cameras. Both have 4K display and wireless headphone compatibility. The bodies are heavy on the glass usage and we’ve also got a strong metal frame all around. The device has a vibe that reminds me of a ZenFone 3 maybe, but with narrower bezels and a slimmer format. My only gripe with the renders is the scaling of the UI elements, that’s been done a bit too stretched.

Also, I’m not sure if Lenovo will let Motorola use that “skater-like” logo version of the RAZR. It feels like it’s drawn with a sharpie. If I had to choose, I’d go with the RAZR Plus, since it seems to look a bit better. Since Moto already pulled off a 5.2 mm phone, the Moto Z, why not go slimmer?

[via Michael Muleba]

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