【翻盖手机死灰复燃?摩托罗拉重制RAZR翻盖手机】

【翻盖手机死灰复燃?摩托罗拉重制RAZR翻盖手机】摩托罗拉已授权英国Binatone公司,合作推出Binatone Blade手机。这款手机以摩托罗拉的标志性RAZR翻盖手机为基础,内置MP3播放器及基本的闹钟、计算器等app,但没有社交媒体app。售价50英镑,约合人民币436元。“无论是分开工作、家庭,抑或给孩子临睡前的闹钟,我们都缺一个没有多余功能的手机。”

Forget the 3310: Motorola is bringing back its iconic RAZR flip-phone in the form of the £50 Binatone Blade

  • Binatone has been licenced to create the Binatone Blade based on the RAZR
  • It features a flip phone and basic apps, but no social media apps
  • The phone also features an MP3 player and support for dual-sim cards
  • It will cost £50 ($66) although it is unclear when it will be available to buy

By SHIVALI BEST FOR MAILONLINE

It was first released in 2004, and quickly became the must-have phone thanks to its innovative flip-open screen.

Now, Motorola is reviving its iconic RAZR phone, joining forces with British firm, Binatone, to create the Binatone Blade.

Like the RAZR, the Binatone Blade features a flip-open screen, but costs just £50 ($66) – significantly cheaper than the RAZR, which cost £450 ($600).

Motorola is reviving its iconic RAZR phone, joining forces with British firm, Binatone, to create the Binatone Blade. Like the RAZR, the Binatone Blade features a flip-open screen, but costs just £50 ($66) ¿ significantly cheaper than the RAZR, which cost £450 ($600)

Binatone, a British telecommunications firm, has been licenced by Moto to create the Binatone Blade based on the Motorola RAZR.

The device is fairly basic, and while it features classic apps including an alarm and calculator, it does not feature social media apps like Facebook or Instagram.

It also has some retro games, including Snake and Tetris.

Other key fetaures include an MP3 player, support for dual-sim cards, and internet access – although it is unclear whether this is 2G, 3G or 4G.

The Motorola Razr was first released in 2004, and quickly became the must-have phone thanks to its innovative flip-open screen

In terms of price, the Binatone Blade is significantly cheaper than its predecessor, and costs £50 ($66).

This puts it in direct competition with Nokia's recently-revived 3310, which costs £41 ($54).

Binatone sees the phone being used by people hoping to get away from social media.

Speaking to Sun Online, Dino Lalvani, Binatone's chairman said: 'It's a fact of life that most of us now carry two mobile phones.

'Whether it's a work/home split, a second phone for holidays and festivals or just a temporary device to give to the kids for sleep-overs, we just don't have a single mobile anymore.

Over the Razr's four-year run, the V3 model sold more than 130 million unitsThe Motorola Razr became the best-selling flip-phone in the world to date

The phone is in direct competition with Nokia's recently-revived 3310, which costs £41 ($54)

'We developed the Blade with this in mind, making sure it was a small, slim and light as possible, without compromising on battery life.'

The Binatone Blade is expected to be available in November.

 

原文链接:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4973436/Motorola-bringing-iconic-RAZR-flip-phone.html


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