MORRISVILLE – Lenovo-owned Motorola is trying to preempt concerns about its forthcoming foldable Razr smartphone, spelling out in a series of videos the device’s quirks – the kind that helped Sink Samsung’s foldable Galxay Fold, leading to a recall and a flopped launch last year.
Most noteworthy perhaps:
“Screens are made to bend: Lumps and bumps are normal.”
That’s because the phone is made to fold and there may be some unsightly peaks and valleys in the screen.
In one of a series of videos on YouTube, Motorola also warns with “Caring for Razr:”
- Be sure to fold the phone before putting it in your pocket
- Avoid sharp objects since the screens have a protective coating
- It’s water repellant. Wipe down with a dry cloth if it gets wet
- And don’t use a screen projector
Razrs are available for pre-order at Verizon with a retail cost of just under $1,500. The phones are expected to be available by mid-February.
Other videos include:
- Discover Razr
- Unboxing Razr
- Moto experiences on Razr
- Razr Quick View display
- Razr camera features
Check out the series and other videos at the Motorola YouTube site.