Motorola launched its next-generation rehash of the early 2000s popular flip phone, the Razr. It has a flexible display that, when closed, folds into almost half of the phone’s extended size and it’s $500 cheaper than Samsung’s Galaxy Fold
The Motorola Razr gets everything right that the Samsung Galaxy Fold got wrong. That doesn’t mean it’s not making its own mistakes, though. Today’s newsletter:
The rebooted Razr is the second smartphone we’ve seen with this newfangled folding-screen tech. How will it hold up? Lots of testing ahead. But Motorola seems to have learned some lessons from Samsung’s Galaxy Fold issues.
Motorola took its time creating a foldable phone that wouldn't break like the early Samsung Galaxy Fold
Early reviews of the new Samsung Galaxy Fold aren't going over well, with reports of malfunctioning screens and cracks within days