While very little is known about the new device itself, it's rumoured to be making a comeback as a luxury option with a price around the USA $1,500 ($2,092) mark, so it's certainly not going to be cheap.
Motorola's fabled Razr flip-phone that was first released in 2004 is getting a 2019 makeover with a foldable display, according to the The Wall Street Journal. Should the device emerge in the spring, we may hear about it officially at Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona, which kicks off February 25 - so stay tuned. Although there is no official confirmation on this yet, we might get to hear from them soon. Motorola-owner Lenovo is reportedly working with Verizon on an exclusive clamshell smartphone with a flexible display, which will bear the RAZR name when it launches this year. These Android handsets received mixed reviews and were nowhere near as loved as the original Razr flip-phones.
Besides a folding screen, few other details are known about what the device will look like, such as screen size, form factor or what mobile operating system it will use.
The phone is set to be a limited edition of just 200,000 created by tech company Lenovo and Motorola, and will be a "premium" device costing up to $1,500 (£1,100).
Samsung wants its folding phone to have a long battery life. Well, rumours say that the new Moto Razr will be available for purchase by the February of 2019, which is next month. It was easily one of the coolest phones to be present in the market until Apple's iPhone changed the market dynamics. It would be among the first handsets to commercially offer a foldable screen.
As for the design of the foldable Razr phone, leaked patent sketches from a year ago showed a tall foldable touch display with a hinge in the middle.