A real rivalry begins as Motorola Razr comes with better features for its folding design, competing directly with Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X folding smartphone. The Mate X’s reverse book-shape design is a real improvement on Samsung Galaxy Fold. Such a feature is also smart.
Motorola Razr Folding Smartphone To Rival Huawei Mate X
For example, when the display is folded back, the displayed edge blackout and becomes a bezel with the help of a palm rejection system. Moving on with such a feature, there are, however, two issues. The first one involves the stability of flexible screens being questionable, especially when it’s permanently displayed like that. Also, the Mate X doesn’t solve usage issues as Motorola’s Razr does.
Motorola Razr edition folds into approximately half of its large dimension, and hence half of the dimension of a traditional smartphone. What will we get? Well, we’ll get a more compact and pocketable device. For Huawei Mate X and Samsung Galaxy Fold, such features won’t exist at all, due to devices’ way to transform themselves into even more substantial devices.
We understand that the size matters and book-shaped foldable devices are basically double the thickness of a regular handset when collapsed. It’s great to have the functionality, but when you’re using them as a phone rather than a tablet, they highlight compromise all over.
Motorola Razr Promises to Be The Best Foldable Phone
Moreover, Huawei Mate X exposed display that works as a bezel when closed represents a big issue. Such a thing involves a money problem. By replacing Mate X’s screen, you could spend up to $1000, according to a leak.
For Samsung, you will have to spend about $149 for a replacement, and Motorola comes with a free repair/replacement policy. Also, the Motorola Razr folding smartphone would come with a smart “24-hour turnaround service” if a case of a display fail happens.
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