On January 26, the US east time, Motorola Razr opened its pre order on the Verizon official website, and will officially ship the goods on February 6.
In order to better care for this $1499 mobile phone, Motorola also released a series of videos to warn people how to use it correctly, and also warn users: like other folding mobile phones on the market, moto Razr will also have creases or screen bulges.
In the video, Moto warns users that Motorola Razr's screen should remain dry at all times, and close the phone first if you want to put it in your pocket to avoid sharp objects scratching the screen. If there are creases or bulges on the screen, please don't worry. This is normal.
At the end of the video, Moto specifically reminds users not to try to put protective film on the screen of Motorola Razr. Before that, many Galaxy Folders had damaged their screens by tearing off their own protective film, so Motorola Razr wouldn't bring its own film and wouldn't recommend sticking it because the flexible screen was so fragile.
Perhaps, with the development of technology, the future flexible screen will be more durable, but for the current folding screen products, consumers need to give more tolerance.