Motorola is delaying the launch of the foldable Razr cell phone in North America, saying demand for the $1,500 gadget has exceeded its stock predictions. The handset, reported in November, should get accessible for pre-request in December and start delivering to clients in January.
The company declined to state when the smartphone would go on sale, however, said it doesn’t foresee a major shift from the first launch course of events. In a meeting with Bloomberg News prior this year, Motorola President Sergio Buniac said he hoped after somewhat more demand than supply.
Motorola didn’t blame technical issues for its deferral. Different organizations, for example, Samsung Electronics Co., have battled to release foldable gadgets on time because of issues with screens failing.
The foldable Razr appears to be like the first model from the mid-2000s, however, runs Google’s Android working framework and highlights touchscreens all around. Motorola recently said the smartphone would likewise go on sale in Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Australia, yet it didn’t share new launch information for those areas.
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