Motorola hasn’t had a hit phone since the Razr debuted back in 1983 (or at least it feels like that long ago). The Razr was what people wanted; it was slim, innovative, had a decent camera for the time, and sported a great display. Rather than improving upon that concept with new phones, they kept re-releasing the Razr with new features such as MP3 capability, or a mother-approved pink case. This decision nearly bankrupted the once-prominent manufacturer.
Motorola is once again trying to reinvent itself as a bleeding-edge (no Razr pun intended) phone manufacturer. Say hello to the Nest. Motorola is now banking on a demand for phones that are outlandishly asymmetrical. Although still in R&D, this ridiculous concept is appararently going to be put into mass production. People are expecting it to boast an OLED display and… other… things. I think. It might even make phone calls!
I wish Motorola the best of luck in getting this thing out the door. And by that, I mean that it’s never going to happen, and I’m not even sure why I’m wasting my time writing about this vaporware cell phone.