Retailer apologizes to customers for fingerprints they might notice on their new phone
Not great, not terrible
Repairability score: 1 out of 10
The first few reviews of the folding Moto Razr will tell you the handset is gorgeous and sleek, but will also point out it's too expensive, battery life is average, the display squeaks and the camera sucks. Ouch.
Far from a controlled experiment
Full disclosure: The bot doing the folding might have been at fault
Don't worry about lumps and bumps
Initially it will only be available in North America
Moto is still trying to figure out how many phones it needs to meet day-one sales
Is nostalgia enough to sell the new Razr?
Does Motorola have a durable enough screen?
A proven form factor with tangible benefits
A better design than the Galaxy Fold?
The first foldable smartphone concept that gives me hope
Flexible display used to remake a flip-phone