Earlier this year, we heard that Motorola would bring back its iconic RAZR phone as a valuable smartphone with a vertically collapsible screen, and in February the company confirmed it was working for a foldable one this year. Now, as CNET reports, the company is sending invitations to the November 13 event, which prominently shows the undeniable silhouette of a classic RAZR V3 as part of an animated teaser image:
Although difficult to say with it certainly looks as though we are seeing a RAZR signature hinge pulled from the edge of the handset to reveal a different kind of hinge from below – perhaps for better placement on a truly foldable screen like Samsung's Galaxy Fold.
Motorola appears to have a plethora of event tags, but all of them strongly hint at the folding RAZR. The invitation includes the phrase "You will turn around" and the event will obviously be "the long-awaited revelation of the rediscovered icon," according to CNET .
We probably already know what, by the way, this phone looks like courtesy of these leaked Weibo images.