It has been a while and it is time we put these two devices to the test. It seems that the rectangular glass slabs will get bigger while swapping their backs between metal and glass. Foldable phones are more and more popular, and every person wants it. Motorola Razr went on sale some time ago, and then Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip followed closely. With these two foldable phones officially on the market, it is time to see what is difference between them.
Razr vs. Galaxy Z Flip
It seems that flip phones are making a comeback, and people love them. With their clamshells, Samsung and Motorola are coming with great designs. Razr borrows many features and models of the design, including the chin, from the forebears that came with an alphanumeric keypad. Galaxy Z Flip comes with more than just a modern smartphone. They are both very fragile, but perhaps Razr is even more.
When it comes to the design, it is really about your personal choice. Do you want a phone with a chin? It is up to you. The clear thing is that the foldable phone is a hit, and you will not be disappointed with your choice.
In terms of the display
The displays are flexible, modern-day foldable. Thanks to the hinge which works behind the scene, we can enjoy the folding action. Samsung uses Hideaway Hinge in order to hold the Z Flip at any angle that you like, and Razr uses only two positions, open and shut. Motorola has been using a movable display mechanism, which clearly does a better job of flipping the phone completely shut, so it hides the crease, but the hinge would have to deal with the debris.
Brian Dan is just getting his feet wet as a tech reporter but has already had his work featured in many major publications including Tech Spot and Tech Crunch. In regards to academics, Brian earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Brian has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.