Motorola launched its folding-screen phone Razr last year, but the phone has caused controversy because of its high price, medium-performance camera performance and a “click” sound when the folding screen unfolds, according tomedia The Verge. Now,media reports say the Motorola Razr’s screen is falling off just below the folding hinge. The report says the new collapsible screen is actually separated from the plastic laminate above the display and falls off right at the folding hinge.
Input’s Raymond Wong published an article Sunday about the problems he encountered using the new Razr. A week after buying the phone, Wong noticed that the screen had begun to peel off the top layer at the hinges, creating bubbles between the screen and the laminate.
This bubble is not only a distraction, but also obviously affects the function of the touch screen. Wong reports that the portion of the display above the bubble still responds to the touch, but “does not respond very quickly” in the middle of the display.
It is not clear how the bubbles appear. Wong said the phone had not fallen to the ground before and that it had “never been wet or even close to the liquid.” He speculates that this may be due to a change in temperature: using your phone in a cold place before returning to his warm room, but it’s hard to know if it’s actually causing the bubbles.
Wong said Motorola had not commented on the matter and had not responded to The Verge as of the time of writing.