Today, Verizon finally opened pre-sale of the $1,499 (10398 RMB) Moto Razr flip-top-folding smartphone. Initially, the carrier said it would start shipping on February 6, but then adjusted it to February 14. Motorola also released a series of short ad and feature presentation videos on YouTube’s official channel.
(Video screenshot via Theverge)
Although we’ve learned many of the features of the folding-screen smartphone through Samsung Galaxy Fold, Motorola introduced more features of the Moto Razr (2019).
Samsung encountered a number of problems in the early days of the galaxy’s Launch, such as screen intolerant screens and creases that were too obvious.
So Moto specifically gave the consumer a preventive shot, indicating that bump swelling and folding bulge swelling were an inevitable normal phenomenon.
To avoid premature damage to the screen, Moto also designed a special screen hinge for Razr, which can be read in detail in the “Secrets of Crease without Wrinkle” (portal).
To protect the more fragile plastic screen, manufacturers advise users to keep their phones dry and tidy, away from sharp objects, and not to plug into their pockets without closing.
Clearly, Moto knows that Razr’s flexible screen is as fragile as the Galaxy Fold. At the launch, though, Motorola executives said they were confident in the durability of the screen.
Finally, the company doesn’t recommend that consumers put another protective film on the folding screen. If you don’t care about these shortcomings, go to Verizon to buy a new machine and get an eSIM e-phone card!