Teardown Of Motorola Razr Surfaces On The Internet Even Before The Phone Is Shipped

Aadhya Khatri - Feb 06, 2020


Teardown Of Motorola Razr Surfaces On The Internet Even Before The Phone Is Shipped

The Motorola Razr, Motorola’s foldable phone, is scheduled to be out next month but we have seen its teardown videos surfacing on the Internet

The Motorola Razr, Motorola’s take on the idea of a foldable phone, is scheduled to be out next month but we have seen its teardown videos surfacing on the Internet.

The first of the lot came from PBKReviews, which made public a detailed video showing what is inside of the foldable phone and its foldable display even before it reaches buyers.

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PBKReviews made public a detailed video showing what is inside of the foldable phone and its foldable display even before it reaches buyers

The Motorola Razr price in India is Rs. 108,290 and orders will not be shipped until the 3rd of March. According to what stated on Verizon’s website, In the U.S, Motorola Razr price is $1,499.

The launch date of Motorola Razr has been delayed for the unexpectedly high demand for the device. From what we see in the video, owners of the phone will have a hard time repairing it, if not impossible when it breaks down.

The highlight of the device is its 6.2-inch flexible screen, which the reviewer saved for last in the video. The reviewer said that the screen is flexible and thin. So thin that it might break if removed from the metal frame.

The hinge is not revealed in the video and the reviewer advises viewers to heat the glue first if they want to remove the plastic cover. The video features the phone’s two batteries, one on each side of the hinge and several small screws and cables. At the bottom half of the device, there is a fingerprint scanner and a USB port.

In the comment section, the reviewer noted that while the hinge would leave crease behind, just like that ò the Galaxy Fold, the body of the Moto Razr felt very premium.

>>> Motorola Warns Users That They Should Handle The New Razr With Care

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