CNET 14 Sep 2020

How Motorola tested the durability of the Razr's foldable screen


The new Motorola Razr joins a wave of second-generation foldable phones. The new Razr has a better build, refined design and a host of software improvements to take advantage of its unique design. At the core of the phone is a 6.2-inch foldable screen that Motorola claims can be folded open and closed 200,000 times. To back that claim, Motorola invited us to its lab to see how it tests the screen, as well as show us some of the improvements to the phone's build and hinge mechanism.

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