Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles he just takes the stage, doesn't he? So, as you know, folding phones, they've been all the rage. Talked about it a lot here in a channel. But it turns out the folding phone of the future may not be something that you're already aware of. Instead, it may be a device and a brand name synonymous with folding or flipping. Should I say, of course, that is the Motorola razor. Believe it or not, Motorola, they're not done. They apparently are working on their very own play in folding phone marketplace in the form of the Motorola Razor 2019. This is a totally different take from what the other manufacturers air doing. It looks like what they're going to do is have a device that folds out into a smartphone form factor and then folds up into an ultra compact, flip phone like form factor. So what does that do for you? Well, it gives you a smaller package to begin with by not having to fit a typical smartphone display on the outside of the device. But it also gives you less weirdness when it comes to software and folding. You know, the same interface from a small display on to a bigger one. And then how all that's gonna map out within Android instead, this will be a kind of dumb phone, possibly something you interact with via voice, something like Google Assistant, and it's folded format. Then when you fold it open, it sort of takes the shape of a typical smartphone. Now, if you're unfamiliar with the Motorola razor, you're probably pretty young because this thing was a hit once upon a time. So because of that, there may be some clout Associate ID with the Motorola Razor brand name. Another interesting point to make here is that Motorola isn't aiming this thing at Like the premium, hard core, high horsepower type A smartphone market. It's actually rumored that they're gonna put a snapdragon 7 10 on the inside. So not, ah, flagship chip by any means folded out. It's supposed to be a 6.2 inch display, not particularly high resolution, possibly only four gigs of Ram, although only on a device like this, that may be fine. Also, considering that the compact nature of the device is one of the main selling features, the battery likely won't be large either. Just over 2700 mil. AM Powers. Speculation right now is that this next generation foldable razor could cost around $1500. So still not cheap by any means, but definitely less than the other two products. Is there a market for a stylish compact device? They could fit Maur easily into your pocket in exchange for possibly some functionality, especially when closed. Could people move back towards an older form factor? After all, the folded up version of this looks like it could be very compact. Are people ready for style phones again? Because once upon a time, the battle was actually for the smallest devices, not the biggest ones. There's a rumor that the outside display could act as a touch pad when you have it opened up so you could possibly scroll with it or experience some other functionality via the external display. Of course, this is all speculation at the moment, but it does look like this is a product that will happen, and I think it's an important play for Motorola, especially at this stage right now. They were the major player once upon a time when flip phones were ubiquitous, not so much anymore in the smartphone era. But maybe a device like this could reclaim some of the popularity that Motorola has experienced in the past. We just have to find out if customers consumers are interested in a style oriented, crazy, compact, ultra portable smartphone. Are you Maur likely to pick up something like this than the other foldable options for myself? I'm not sure that the functionality drawbacks would be worth the portability gains. But that said, I could see a particular customer who may go for that. Nonetheless, this could be a disrupter in the smartphone space. After all, it represents a completely new form factor that's different than what the other manufacturers air looking at for folding devices. It's very futuristic. You have to admit that.