Popular as it was in the 2000s, I never owned a Motorola Razr phone. So nostalgia is not the reason I bought the latest Razr 5G. The US brand never grew on me the way Nokia, Samsung or even the BlackBerry did.Come to think of it, the last Motorola handset I had was the Micro-TAC 5200 (released in 1994), which was functional and sturdy. But there is a certain va-va-voom vibe about the 2020 update of the classic Razr – not least because it is one of the few smartphones on the market that has a…


READ  What We Are Reading Today: Magical Mushrooms, Mischievous Molds


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here