Motorola RAZR's durability test did not give us favorable results. The plastic screen got easily scratched by fingernails, while dust and debris had an easy entry to the hinge area to affect the smooth functioning of the handset.
And now, iFixit has taken apart the folding phone to test its repairability. Spoiler: the phone has performed very poorly here as well.
iFixit gives devices a score based on how difficult or easy they are to repair. The Motorola was awarded an abysmal score of 1 (10 is the easiest to repair). For context, Galaxy Fold scored 2, while the iPhone 11 Pro managed 6 points.
What makes Motorola RAZR difficult to repair
According to iFixit, Motorola RAZR's complex construction and an intricate network of flex cables make for tricky repair work.
For repairs, one has to start with stubborn, glued-on outer covers, and even replacing the batteries requires near-total disassembly. The USB Type-C charging port is also soldered directly to the mainboard.
The paper-thin primary display is replaceable, but it is not an easy job.
Meanwhile, here's recalling the Motorola RAZR's spec-sheet
The Motorola RAZR comes with a 6.2-inch flexible OLED panel with HD+ (2142x876 pixels) resolution and a 21:9 aspect ratio. On the outside, there is a 2.7-inch Quick View display for accessing notifications, music, and calls.
For photography and video, the $1,500-worth device has a single 16MP (f/1.7) main camera and a basic 5MP selfie camera housed in the notch of the internal screen.
Under the hood
The handset is powered by a mid-range Snapdragon 710 processor, which debuted in 2018. As for memory and storage, it gets 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of built-in storage.
Under the hood, the handset packs a 2,510mAh battery with 15W fast charging. In terms of connectivity options, it gets support for NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, and a Type-C port for charging and audio output.