Lenovo clip appeared on the press yesterday appears to be cut together from a number of renders first seen in a video titled "Motorola RAZR 2019 – Introduction and First Look!" which was uploaded via YouTube Khan on February 9 this year. Many Lenovo video images are identical to those that appear in Khan, and even though this looks like Khan's Twitter handle the waterway is still in the footage shared by Lenovo. However, Lenovo's video ends with the company logo, making it look like an official product.
Despite putting Lenovo's brand on footage, Khan verified that he was not approached by the company on the rigging. "They used it without permission," he told Engadget via a direct Twitter message. "I do not know what's going on [on] people."
At this point, it is not clear whether there is actually a foldable Motorola RAZR on the way. A patent for such a device appeared earlier this year, raising rumors that the phone may come in the near future. In January, the Wall Street Journal reported a folding reboot RAZR with an expected $ 1,500 price tag in the works. Planned images that seemed to emit the device were cropped up online last month. But Lenovo's use of a fan-made work should make a wonder if the folding RAZR is true or if the company only enjoys some free attention from people who are nostalgic for the beloved phone.