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Vuelve el celular que siempre soñaste

Si de celulares hablamos, nadie olvidará jamás el «ladrillos» con el que podíamos mandar SMS, hacer llamadas y usarlo como pisapapeles. Pasamos de los teléfonos gigantes a unos finitos, plegables y súper lindos que mostrábamos con orgullo ante nuestros amigos porque podíamos hacer fotos con él. Pero, por encima de todos, se destacaba uno: el Motorola Razr, en la Argentina fue furor cuando se vendía con la firma de Maradona en la parte trasera.

Según informó The Wall Street Journal, la empresa Motorola quiere modernizar su teléfono más icónico para lanzarlo al mercado como un Smartphone de alta gama.

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Así que se viene el «remake» del Razr, que será más pequeño y cuadrado que el original, pero con toda la parte interna transformada en una pantalla táctil plegable. Además, contará con el mismo diseño exterior (cámara y pantallita de notificaciones incluida) e incorporará un lector de huellas dactilares en el interior, junto a una lente para hacerte selfies con filtro de Snapchat.

Una cuenta de instagram que suele tener novedades tecnológicas publicó lo que sería el nuevo Motorola, ¿épico no?

 

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The interweb has been buzzing with a certain piece of news leaked by the Wall Street Journal only last week. Motorola plans to build a 2019-appropriate version of their iconic Razr phone. Details are incredibly scarce, and the only taste of the phone we’ve got is via images from their patent registration with the World Intellectual Property Organisation in December 2018. – The 3D visualization of the 2019 Razr bases itself on these patents. The new Razr will be more squarish (when closed) than its predecessors, but that’s only because it comes with a flexible folding display that runs all the way from the top to the bottom, with what we can only assume is an aspect ratio of 19:8, along with curved edges and even a notch (the notch design has always been a part of the Razr series, if you recall). Flip the phone on its back and you see the secondary display and the single-lens camera on the upper half of the phone, and a fingerprint sensor on the lower half. The presence of two screens means you can A. use the camera as both a front and backwards facing shooter, as well as B. access the phone’s notifications without opening out the flexible display. There’s no word on whether the secondary display will be touch-enabled. There’s also the absence of volume buttons in the patent drawing (and subsequently left out of the visualization), as well as a power button, but given the phone’s flip nature, I doubt we’d need a power button on this beaut. – Through the years, the Razr has always been a symbol of cutting-edge futurism. Unsettlingly thin when it launched, the Moto Razr was an immediate object of desire, with its slim profile, and the fact that it was probably the only phone to come bundled with iTunes long before Apple closed their ecosystem. The 2019 Razr builds on that philosophy, retaining the slim profile, and introducing a new bit of futuristic tech, with the flexible display. A rare combination of cutting-edge (wordplay!) innovation and fond nostalgia, the Razr 2019 could easily be this year’s most awaited phone (and the year’s just begun!) – Designer/Visualization: @sarangsheth

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