The RAZR 2019, Motorola's first foldable smartphone, was unveiled in November last year. It brought a very high price, arriving in Brazil for R $ 8,999, but unlike the Galaxy Fold, for example, we do not have cutting edge specifications, just intermediate hardware.
However, if you still intend to shell out a small fortune to buy the RAZR 2019, know that performing any type of repair on this device is not an easy task, something that has been proven by the iFixit disassembly test.
Experts said that dismantling the Motorola foldable requires some work, classifying this smartphone as the most difficult to repair that has ever passed the test, getting only 1 out of 10 points.
They even revealed that the RAZR 2019 is not one of those devices that can be disassembled and reassembled by repair enthusiasts. That's because opening the device is very complicated, given that Motorola used a lot of glue to keep the components in place. There are also a number of flexible cables that are difficult to fit, making it a kind of trap for unprepared people.
Considering all the hard work to open RAZR 2019, the iFixit team concluded that they are surprised that Motorola will charge "only" US $ 299 (R $ 1,285) to replace the screen.
As previously mentioned, RAZR 2019 can now be found in Brazil for R $ 8,999, and is available on the company's website and on operators. However, if you really want to enter the foldable "world", the Galaxy Z Flip would be a better option, as it delivers cutting-edge hardware and costs the same price. Its sales will start on March 11.
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