On the afternoon of November 15th, Lenovo announced today the launch of the folding mobile phone, The Motorola Razr. Liu Jun, Lenovo’s president in China, said it would not be listed in China for the time being, with a 5G version. He said there were some technical issues with the current domestic listing of Moto Razr, as the operator’s network did not support eSIM cards.
Earlier, foreign media also expressed confusion about the product. Foreign media believe that although Razr has a classic phone appearance, cutting-edge folding screen design, but its processor is still the snapDragon 710 (Qualcomm last year released mid-range processor), which results in its performance is not as good as the current model. What’s more, the phone only supports eSIM cards, so it’s only available for overseas markets.
Yesterday, Yang Yuanqing told reporters that the phone will be launched in China at the “right time.”