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Smartphones are about to get very, very interesting thanks to recent advances in 5G and foldable glass — but they aren’t developed en...
The same boring glass rectangle has ended up in everyone's bag, but 5G and foldable glass will give the smartphone a much-needed renaissance.
Samsung’s $1,380 Galaxy Z Flip is without a doubt a better foldable smartphone than Motorola’s $1,500 Razr for 8 big reasons
Motorola's $1,500 Razr was arguably dead in the water the moment that Samsung announced its $1,380 Galaxy Z Flip.
Despite the phone's many hardware improvements, Samsung's new phone just isn't as magical or exciting as last year's design.
Everything Samsung announced during its big Unpacked event, from a new foldable phone to the $1,400 Galaxy S20 Ultra with 100x zoom
Samsung announced five major new devices during its Unpacked event, including the company's best shot at Apple's AirPods.
Samsung just revealed a new foldable smartphone during the Oscars — here’s what we can tell about it from the short ad
Samsung has fine print saying that a crease where the screen folds is a "natural characteristic" of the phone.
The new Razr survived almost 100,000 fewer folds and unfolds than the Samsung Galaxy Fold in the same test.
The new Motorola Razr is now available to buy and it’s the most desirable smartphone in years, but there are 6 key reasons why you shouldn’...
People who value fashion and design will gravitate to the new Motorola Razr, but anyone who values function and value should wait a few years.
There's no telling when, or if, Motorola will release a gold version of the new Razr, and nothing says it'll be much different than the black version.
The best foldable smartphone design has been around for over a decade, and it makes smartphones smaller when we're not using them.
Samsung is rumored to release a new foldable smartphone in 2020, and the leaks suggest it’ll be better than the new Motorola Razr
It looks like Samsung's upcoming foldable smartphone will come with higher-end specs than Motorola's new Razr.