Motorola's phones: a visual history

Billy Steele
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Billy Steele
July 27, 2015 3:45 PM
Motorola's phones: a visual history

Since 1984 Motorola has trotted out some of the most iconic and memorable mobile designs in the industry. Whether it's the StarTAC, RAZR V3 or the original Droid, Motorola consistently offers something unique through design. It even allows you to make the final call on color schemes with its more recent devices so you can create a gadget that's truly one of a kind. As the company is poised to make its next big reveal tomorrow, let's take a look at some of those notable handsets that span four decades of mobile phones.

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  • 1984: DynaTAC 8000X
  • 1989: MicroTAC
  • 1996: StarTAC
  • 2001: V60
  • 2004: RAZR V3
  • 2005: Motorola Q
  • 2005: PEBL
  • 2005: SLVR
  • 2008: AURA
  • 2009: Droid
  • 2010: FlipOut
  • 2010: Droid X
  • 2011: Droid RAZR
  • 2013: Moto X
  • 2013: Moto G

[Image: AP Photo/Christof Stache]

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