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Motorola Razr 2019 screen repair price is surprisingly low

Motorola Razr 2019 screen repair price is surprisingly low

There is still some reservations about foldable phones, the ones with flexible screens, and those didn't really go away just because Motorola announced its own take on the trend. The New Motorola Razr, a.k.a. the 2019 Motorola Razr, caught people's attention and imaginations because of the iconic name and because of its different take on the foldable design. Different compared to the Samsung Galaxy Fold and the Huawei Mate X 5G. It turns out, it's also going to be different in how it will do customer support, particularly for screen repairs.

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Motorola RAZR foldable display technique shown in testing

Motorola RAZR foldable display technique shown in testing

Motorola released a video this week showing how they developed the Motorola RAZR, and in the process, they showed the bend. You can see the process they use with the display to push the panel up and out, while said panel remains relatively safe from harm. This seems to bypass the less-than-stellar open-gap situation present with the first wave of Galaxy Fold (review release) devices.

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New Motorola Razr is eSIM-only: Here’s what that means

New Motorola Razr is eSIM-only: Here’s what that means

The newest Motorola smartphone Moto Razr 2019 was revealed on November 13, 2019, with no SIM card. No physical SIM card, that is to say. There's SIM functionality in this device, but it's embedded in a piece of hardware soldered to the device's motherboard. That means that you can't just go buying this phone from Verizon then switch over to another carrier with a quick flip of the SIM card - because there is no SIM card.

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Moto RAZR 2019 leak biggest yet with photos and teardown

Moto RAZR 2019 leak biggest yet with photos and teardown

Motorola's Moto RAZR 2019 event is later today - but first, a giant leak! Today we're taking a peek at the foldable-display Moto Razr 2019, a device that's been a very long time coming. We've seen renders, we've seen blurry photos, we've seen basic specification lists - we've seen a lot. Motorola's "Moto Razr" 2019 just appeared in a listing on the FCC, complete with photos of the front, back, sides, and even under the hood.

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Radical new Motorola RAZR photos just leaked

Radical new Motorola RAZR photos just leaked

Today we're taking a peek at a number of images of the next-generation Motorola device called RAZR. But wait, you might be saying, didn't we already have a Motorola RAZR, more than once? In this case, the brand seems to draw on that memory of the radical-looking flip-phone, moving forward with the latest hardware technology to make the device's form factor better than ever before.

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Motorola Razr with foldable screen might finally debut next month

Motorola Razr with foldable screen might finally debut next month

It seems that the foldable hype is showing no signs of slowing down just yet. The Huawei Mate X, for example, might finally see a launch in China before the month is over. Now it seems that Motorola of all companies is getting ready to follow suit. At least that seems to be the suggestion of an invite for a press event in November that may see not just the rebirth of the venerable RAZR phone but also its reinvention as a foldable phone as well.

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Multiple RAZR 2019 foldable phones pop up in Motorola drawings

Multiple RAZR 2019 foldable phones pop up in Motorola drawings

A series of illustrations was sent to SlashGear this morning depicting what appears to be the next Motorola RAZR phone, with a foldable display. We were understandably excited when the images appeared, albeit attached to an anonymous and untested source. As such, we did some digging - and we found some connections we might not have otherwise made.

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Motorola RAZR might return in a different way

Motorola RAZR might return in a different way

The RAZR is arguably Motorola’s most iconic phone, even if, in terms of functionality, it didn’t exactly stand out from other mobile phones back then. Instead, it was revolutionary in its design, both in its overall appearance as well as its loyalty to the dying flip phone form factor. Given that it seems fashionable to revive iconic phones these days, there is a chance, however slim, that the RAZR phone will get its own comeback. But it might not be in the form that you’d expect.

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Motorola exec heads out

Motorola exec heads out

Today it's become apparent that Motorola Mobility has had another loss of executive in Jim Wicks. This is Wicks, design lead for Motorola Mobility for "a dozen years" as Chicago Business says, heading to Northwestern University's McCormick School of Engineering next month. Normally I'd say Motorola was losing an executive because of bad reasons but, in this case, it's far more likely that Wicks is heading out because Northwestern University is a place he wants to be after working the same job for over a decade.

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Motorola Luge: RAZR M reborn

Motorola Luge: RAZR M reborn

The first reveal of the DROID RAZR M had us surprised - surprised that Motorola would make such a small phone and surprised that such a phone would feel so right in our hand. Now nearly 2 years after that device’s first reveal, (and our review), a rebranded iteration has been shown by Verizon as the Motorola Luge.

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Motorola DROID RAZR HD, MAXX HD to get Jelly Bean next week

Motorola DROID RAZR HD, MAXX HD to get Jelly Bean next week

This isn't the first time we're hearing about a Jelly Bean update for the DROID RAZR HD series, but Verizon has announced today that Motorola's newest RAZR devices will receive Android 4.1 Jelly Bean starting next week. The rollout will happen in phases, so if you don't see your update the same time as someone else, be patient.

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DROID RAZR M grabs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update

DROID RAZR M grabs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update

True to their word, Motorola has indeed updated the DROID RAZR M for Verizon Wireless to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean here in November of 2012. This update represents a large stride for Verizon as well as Motorola and also brings on another reason why them being acquired by Google was a great, great thing for all parties involved. This update takes the place of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and makes Google Now, Voice Search, and an updated camera interface a reality for the most awesome little HD display-toting device Motorola has ever produced.

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