1. Galaxy Z Flip vs. Motorola Razr drop test  CNET
  2. Motorola Razr review: A fashion statement, not a flagship  Engadget
  3. Flip phones deserve a shot because phones all look the same now  The Verge
  4. Surprise, surprise — the Motorola RAZR is not easy to repair  Android Central
  5. Motorola’s $1,500 Razr Reboot Feels More Prototype Than Premium  Bloomberg
  6. View Full coverage on Google News
If prices can come down and build quality can go up, I can see all sorts of cases for folding phones. The easiest case to make is for something like the Galaxy Fold, a phone that unfolds into a little mini tablet. In both of my reviews of that device, I came away disappointed in the execution but interested in the idea. Little tablets are nicer than giant phones, and making one more portable seems like a good ideaPhones don’t have to just be featureless glass slabs

Flip phones deserve a shot because phones all look the same now - The Verge

If you think that getting into the new Motorola RAZR will be as simple as flipping it open, think again. iFixit's teardown shows just how much engineering went into building the device and that fixing it is no easy task.If you think that getting into the new Motorola RAZR will be as simple as flipping it open, think again. iFixit's teardown shows just how much engineering went into building the device and that fixing it is no easy task.

Surprise, surprise — the Motorola RAZR is not easy to repair | Android Central

Bloomberg - Are you a robot?

The Motorola Razr is many things. It's one of the first foldable phones you can buy right now. It's a feat of engineering from a storied mobile brand. It's...The Motorola Razr is many things. It's one of the first foldable phones you can buy right now. It's a feat of engineering from a storied mobile brand. It's...

Motorola Razr review: A fashion statement, not a flagship | Engadget

The Motorola Razr is one of the most difficult phones to repair as per a new teardown performed by iFixit. Is that really what you want in a $1,500 phone?The Motorola Razr is one of the most difficult phones to repair as per a new teardown performed by iFixit. Is that really what you want in a $1,500 phone?

Motorola Razr gets "most complicated" award from iFixit (that's not a good thing)

Touted as Motorola's first foldable phone, the Razr is quite intriguing in every aspect. It boasts mid-range specifications, coupled with a steep price tagTouted as Motorola's first foldable phone, the Razr is quite intriguing in every aspect. It boasts mid-range specifications, coupled with a steep price tag

Motorola Razr Gets 1 out of 10 Repairability Score in iFixit's Most Arduous

Back in November, Motorola announced the new RAZR foldable phone. It was the first phone that had the flip design instead of the folding design used byBack in November, Motorola announced the new RAZR foldable phone. It was the first phone that had the flip design instead of the folding design used by

Motorola RAZR scores 1 on iFixit's repairability index - MSPoweruser

Motorola RAZR scores 1 on iFixit's repairability index - MSPoweruser

Motorola’s decision to delay the Razr by two months may prove to be costly now that Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip is out, because in every important area the Flip looks like a superior device.Motorola’s decision to delay the Razr by two months may prove to be costly now that Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip is out, because in every important area the Flip looks like a superior device.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Beats Motorola Razr With Two Features

Motorola's first foldable smartphone makes a good case for the return of the clamshell design, but the Razr is still stuck in the past.Foldable phones certainly have a place, but the phone itself still has to be good. The Razr isn't that.

Motorola's Razr foldable launched a little over a week ago, and you know what that means: it's time for iFixit to tear it down. Attempting a teardown of aMotorola’s Razr foldable launched a little over a week ago, and you know what that means: it’s time for iFixit to tear it down. Attempting a teardown of a foldable device is something t…

Motorola Razr teardown is full of red flags - SlashGear

Things weren’t looking good for the Razr when CNET put the phone in a device called "FoldBot" with a goal of reaching 100,000 folds. Sadly, the hinge mechanism broke at around 27,000 folds, roughly four hours in. Motorola objected to…Things weren’t looking good for the Razr when CNET put the phone in a device called "FoldBot" with a goal of reaching 100,000 folds. Sadly, the hinge mechanism broke at around 27,000 folds, roughly four hours in. Motorola objected to…

iFixit says the Motorola Razr is the most complicated phone it's ever taken apart - TechSpot

It's harder to fix Motorola's new foldable than it is the Galaxy Fold, according to the repair experts at iFixit.It's harder to fix Motorola's new foldable than it is the Galaxy Fold, according to the repair experts at iFixit.

Motorola Razr iFixit teardown reaffirms foldable isn't designed to be repaired by you - CNET

There is a discussion to be had about whether or not consumers are actually asking for foldable phones, or if this is just some arbitrary decree from the smartphone makers that we're expected to follow.There is a discussion to be had about whether or not consumers are actually asking for foldable phones, or if this is just some arbitrary decree from the smartphone makers that we’re expected…

Motorola Razr teardown reveals just how insanely complex foldable phones can be – BGR

Before slicing into the Razr, the teardown experts observed that the display is left vulnerable with a momentary air gap between it and the hinge when the device is closed. Before slicing into the Razr, the teardown experts observed that the display is left vulnerable with a momentary air gap between it and the hinge when the device is closed.

Motorola Razr Teardown Unveils Amazingly Complex Design, Laughable Repairability | HotHardware

The Motorola Razr has been subjected to a teardown by iFixit, being awarded for being the most complicated devices the team has ever torn down. The complex design means poor repairability.The Motorola Razr has been subjected to a teardown by iFixit, being awarded for being the most complicated devices the team has ever torn down. The complex design means poor repairability.

Motorola Razr teardown reveals a complex design, no scope for repairs - Neowin

The new Moto Razr might be the hardest phone to repair ever

The foldable smartphone is definitely not aimed at DIY repair enthusiasts.

Motorola Razr teardown finds it practically impossible to repair - GSMArena.com news

Don't expect to fix the Razr yourself (if you buy one)Don't expect to fix the Razr yourself (if you buy one)

The $1,500 Razr isn't good, and neither is its repairability score | Tom's Guide