Tech nostalgia doesn't seem to be going anywhere. First we got a reboot of the much-beloved Nokia 3310, and now Samsung has released a phone that looks very similar to Motorola's hot pink RAZR flip phone.

Obviously, this being 2017 and all, the phone isn't exactly like the RAZR. Called the Galaxy Folder 2, the phone merges the flip phone design of Motorola's classic with up-to-date smartphone functionality. It features a 3.8-inch display, a 1.4GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 256GB expandable storage, a removable battery, and it all runs on Android 6.0.

Currently, the Galaxy Folder 2 is only available in South Korea for ₩297,000 KRW (approximately $260), but hopefully Samsung releases the phone worldwide so we can all add a bit of throwback tech to our lives.

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