Motorola Razr Smartphone Launch Delayed: The Reason Is Huge Demand

As many sources claim, Motorola has delayed the launch of the Motorola Razr smartphone in North America. The reason is that the demand for this $1,500 smartphone has exceeded its supply. 

The company released the Motorola Razr smartphone in November, and you could pre-order it in December. Then you could get it in January. Taking into account the huge demand Motorola has decided to adjust Razr’s pre-sale and shipping. The group said in a statement on Friday, “We are working to determine the right quantity and timetable to ensure that more consumers will be able to reach it when the Motorola Razr smartphone is launched.”

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The company refused to say when the Motorola Razr smartphone will be available. They only mentioned that there would be no “big changes” compared to the planned time to market. Earlier this year, Motorola President Sergio Buniac announced in an interview with Bloomberg News that he hoped the demand for this smartphone would be “a little more” than the supply of the smartphone.

Motorola did not blame the delay on technical issues. Other companies, such as Samsung Electronics, have struggled to launch foldable devices on time with screen failures. When Motorola announced the phone, its design director Ruben Castano was sure that they really developed a powerful smartphone.

This foldable Motorola Razr smartphone looks similar to the original model of the early 21st century, but it runs the Android operating system. This handset sports touch screen internal and external functions. The device comfortably fits in your pocket when shut. But when you open it you will reveal an immense, full-length touch screen. What’s even more impressive the Motorola Razr smartphone has two screens.  The Quick View display can work both alone and with the main display.

Motorola has previously introduced that the phone would be available in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Australia, but did not provide more new information on releases in these regions on Friday.


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