In 2019 Motorola brought back the Razr flip phone 15 years after it first debuted, rebooting it as a foldable smartphone that would once again pit the company against Apple and Samsung. Photo: Bloomberg In 2019 Motorola brought back the Razr flip phone 15 years after it first debuted, rebooting it as a foldable smartphone that would once again pit the company against Apple and Samsung. Photo: Bloomberg
In 2019 Motorola brought back the Razr flip phone 15 years after it first debuted, rebooting it as a foldable smartphone that would once again pit the company against Apple and Samsung. Photo: Bloomberg
Craig Addison
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Craig Addison

Why the coronavirus outbreak may hasten the demise of the smartphone as we know it

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In 2019 Motorola brought back the Razr flip phone 15 years after it first debuted, rebooting it as a foldable smartphone that would once again pit the company against Apple and Samsung. Photo: Bloomberg In 2019 Motorola brought back the Razr flip phone 15 years after it first debuted, rebooting it as a foldable smartphone that would once again pit the company against Apple and Samsung. Photo: Bloomberg
In 2019 Motorola brought back the Razr flip phone 15 years after it first debuted, rebooting it as a foldable smartphone that would once again pit the company against Apple and Samsung. Photo: Bloomberg
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Craig Addison

Craig Addison

Craig Addison has covered Asia technology since 1992. He joined the Post in 2013.