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Motorola Razr breaks down before Galaxy Fold in folding test (Updated Feb. 7)


[Update, February 7: Motorola provided a statement in response to CNET‘s article: 

“razr is a unique smartphone, featuring a dynamic clamshell folding system unlike any device on the market. SquareTrade’s FoldBot is simply not designed to test our device. Therefore, any tests run utilizing this machine will put undue stress on the hinge and not allow the phone to open and close as intended, making the test inaccurate. The important thing to remember is that razr underwent extensive cycle endurance testing during product development, and CNET’s test is not indicative of what consumers will experience when using razr in the real-world. We have every confidence in the durability of razr.”]


[Original article:] The Motorola Razr is a modern take on the clamshell phone, offering a foldable display and other extras. How durable is it though? Well, CNET conducted a folding test, and the results might be disappointing.

The outlet used the Square Trade FoldBot testing machine to repeatedly fold and unfold the Motorola Razr. This is the same testing machine and method used for the Samsung Galaxy Fold, which managed to last for roughly 120,000 folds before breaking down.

Unfortunately, the Motorola Razr folding test ended after just 27,218 folds (skip to the 4:08:50 mark in the video above), with the phone not actually folding properly during the last few seconds of the test. After taking the phone out of the machine, the team was able to ascertain that it couldn’t fold shut.

Fortunately, the phone’s screen was still (seemingly) fully functional. And if this is the case for other Razr units as well, it doesn’t necessarily mean the end of the world if your hinge is broken. So you can likely still backup any important content directly from the phone.

This figure means that if you fold and unfold your device 100 times a day, the Razr wouldn’t last a year. And it would be equivalent to roughly 18 months if you fold and unfold your device 50 times a day.

It’s still worth noting that the robot isn’t as gentle with the Razr as a human might be, and the folding test doesn’t mimic the frequency with which a human might open and close the device. Nevertheless, we hope manufacturers are making the next generation of foldable devices even more durable.

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Motorola says ‘bumps and lumps are normal’ on Razr screen


The Motorola Razr is the latest foldable phone on the market, and the first to offer a clamshell form factor akin to feature-phones of yore. The pre-order campaign kicked off this past weekend and Motorola has a few pointers for buyers before they get their hands on devices.

An official video dubbed “Caring for Razr” (h/t: The Verge) says that “bumps and lumps are normal” on the Motorola Razr screen.

It’s not uncommon to see a crease on the display area covering the hinge as the screen folds and unfolds. But bumps are another matter entirely, so we do wonder how big these imperfections can get on the Motorola Razr screen before they’re not considered normal. After all, these lumps were a sign of a defective Galaxy Fold, as internal components poked at the screen.

Either way, this serves as another reminder that today’s foldable phones are still in their infancy, as you wouldn’t expect bumps and lumps on a traditional smartphone display.

The video also calls on users to close the Motorola Razr before stowing it in a pocket or bag. Furthermore, it warns users not to add a screen protector to the device. It’s not all bad news though, as the clip notes that the device is water repellent, saying owners need to wipe the phone with a dry cloth if it gets wet.

Motorola’s phone is expected to be released next month, which is also when the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is tipped to launch. Which device would you buy if you had to choose? Give us your picks in the comments below!

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Galaxy Z Flip might get a bigger battery than Moto Razr, but will it be enough?


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After much confusion, it looks like Galaxy Z Flip is the name for Samsung’s upcoming clamshell phone. The name was previously tipped by leakster Ice Universe and has now been reaffirmed by XDA Developers’ Max Weinbach. Incidentally, Weinbach is also the one behind the latest series of Galaxy S20 leaks.

In a series of tweets, Weinbach reveals some more information about the alleged Galaxy Z Fold. The tipster says that the foldable phone will get a 3,300mAh battery and will run on the Snapdragon 855 chipset. The 2019 flagship chipset was also tipped in a previous report, back when we thought the phone was called the Galaxy Fold 2.

At 3,300mAh, the new Galaxy foldable trumps the battery capacity of the recently launched Moto Razr clamshell. The Razr comes with a measly 2,510mAh battery, which Moto claims works well with the phone’s Snapdragon 710 SoC.

However, the Galaxy Z Flip’s more premium processor could drain its 3,300mAh battery pretty quickly. It’s even smaller than the 3,500mAh battery on 2018’s Galaxy S9 Plus, which was not very impressive to begin with. In our testing, the S9 Plus’ battery gave us merely three hours of screen-on time during our camera testing and six hours with heavy usage.

It’s possible Samsung had to compromise on the battery capacity of the Galaxy Z Flip in order to maintain a thin form factor.

To mitigate battery drain, Samsung could look at deploying the Galaxy Fold‘s Adaptive Power Saving Mode on the new phone. The feature regulates battery consumption depending on how you use your device.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip display rumors

Apart from outing the Galaxy Z Flip’s battery details, Weinbach has also revealed some info about its display. He says that the phone will feature an ultra-thin glass layered with plastic to avoid scratching.

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard rumors of Samsung’s next foldable using ultra-thin glass. Two previous reports have stated the same. However, that extra layer of plastic on top of the ultra-thin glass is new information to us.

Ultra-thin glass protection is good news since it’s more scratch resistant than plastic. It also reportedly results in less wrinkles compared to the first wave of foldable phone displays.

Weinbach claims the plastic layer on top will serve as additional protection for the display. If it gets scratched, only the plastic will suffer the damage, not the display.


What do you think of the Galaxy Z Flip so far? Are you excited for Samsung’s clamshell phone? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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