Moto Razr Teardown: What the flip?

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Opening pick poised to open the new Moto Razr

Hello Moto (Razr)

We’re impressed with the numerous feats of engineering Moto performed to resurrect their iconic Razr. We’re less impressed with its internal design. Unfold the teardown (or watch the video) to learn all the secrets of this retro-future folding phone—including a secret slime 😶⁠.

Moto Razr in pant pocket

How pocketable is the Razr?

Will it fit in your pocket? Probably! Check our scientific pocketability test to ensure you have compatible pants.

Gif of Razr X-rays

See inside your Razr

What’s fold is new again. What better way to show off that new screen than displaying our Moto Razr teardown wallpapers?

iPhone battery removal process

Apple has been fined €25 million for iPhone throttling

Remember when Apple throttled iPhones without warning users to prevent crashes from worn-down batteries? We called it Batterygate. The French government is calling it what it is: criminal.


Skip the upgrade.

New Moto, new Galaxy, rumored new "budget" iPhone... But with a fresh battery, new screen, or replaced broken parts, you won't even think about upgrading.

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