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WIll Motorola Razr change the poor stereotypes about the foldable phones?

Asked by M. Wright, Last updated: Jan 16, 2020

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Amla Amelia

Amla Amelia

Answered Jan 16, 2020

Foldable phones have become a growing trend, but despite the slow and steady popularity, many people are leery of using them. This is because when they were first released, some of the phones would break in half, or the screens would shatter once unfolded for the first time.

Despite that, Razr now wants to take its chance on them, and they are creating their own version of the foldable phone. Currently, they are taking the downfalls of other companies who created the foldable phones and trying to create their own where the screen will work. They also want to have upgraded features.

 

B. Lucian

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Answered Dec 10, 2019

A lot of people were shocked when Motorola came up with another foldable phone. A lot of people liked the foldable phones in the past. Most of them actually preferred this over all the other phones mainly because this type of phone will be easy to place inside the bag. It also looks classier as compared to the typical phones that were available at that time.

The main problem right now is that they are still working on having a screen that will actually work for them. Right now, the Razr is set to come out but will be upgraded with more features that will be comparable to the typical non-foldable phone of today.

 

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