The dreams of so many 90s kids have been answered. Anybody that grew up in the Motorola Razr era knows just how iconic this phone was. If you had one, you were definitely one of the cool kids at your school. As we grew up, so did technology. We moved on to the Blackberry Bold, switched that up to iPhones and have stuck (mostly) with Apple ever since. Until now, that is. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Motorola Razr is making a triumphant comeback this year and we couldn't be any more excited. 

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There is a catch though. You've got to have lots of bread to burn if you want to get your hands on one. Remember the money you spent on your iPhone X? Think that, plus some. The outlet writes that Lenovo is partnering with Verizon to bring back Motorola's flagship flip phone, launching a Razr model with a foldable screen that will cost a whopping $1,500. It's hard to determine where phone technology will head in the next few years but bendable screens have made a big splash at critical trade shows, meaning that most companies will be integrating the technology in their upcoming designs. With the new deal, the Razr model is expected to hit shelves as soon as next month with 200,000 units in production.

Despite the price, this news is pretty exciting. Will you be keeping an eye on the new Razr when it drops?