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The new Motorola Razr is the most desirable smartphone in years, but there are 4 key reasons why you shouldn’t buy it
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.
The best foldable smartphone design has been around for over a decade, and it makes smartphones smaller when we're not using them.
Motorola just announced its stunning new $1,500 Razr foldable smartphone — here’s everything you need to know
Before Wednesday, a new Motorola Razr flip phone hadn't been announced since 2007, when the first iPhone was released.
Motorola isn’t revealing its new Razr foldable phone for a few more days, but it’s already been spotted out in public
Someone, somewhere already has Motorola's new Razr foldable smartphone in their hands, even though it's not being unveiled until November 13.
Leaked images claiming to show Motorola’s foldable Razr smartphone suggest it’ll look like a modernized version of the iconic flip phone
The revamped version of Motorola's Razr could be the foldable smartphone design that makes the most sense.
Motorola is hinting that it will reveal a foldable smartphone version of the iconic Razr in less than a month
Motorola confirmed earlier this year it's working on a foldable smartphone, and rumors say that it'll look like the iconic Razr from the mid 2000s.
Samsung's revised Galaxy Fold is more durable, but there are still three main reasons why it's not the future-phone to get.
It’s frankly amazing that Samsung’s $2,000 Galaxy Fold lasted as long as it did in this brutal demonstration to test its durability
CNET demonstrates the tech equivalent of a brutal medieval torture designed to break the will of dissidents and heretics alike.
Samsung is positioning the revamped Galaxy Fold as a luxury device where users get their own customer support concierge who will come to you wherever ...
A Samsung support agent will come to you to help you out with the Galaxy Fold, and the service is good for the lifetime of the phone.
Samsung is offering a one-time $150 screen repair out of warranty. After that, you'd be facing a $600 bill to fix the screen.