Saturday, November 28


black friday, Deals, edge, Motorola, News, RAZR

Motorola Shares Black Friday Deals On Multiple Phones Including Edge + And Razr

Motorola is rolling out Black Friday discounts on several of its phones in Canada, and some of the deals are surprisingly good. You can check the offers and which operators have them below: Motorola Razr The Razr folding smartphone is on sale at Telus for $ 0 upfront and $ 33.29 per month of device financing. Over two years, that totals up to $ 798.96 for the phone. Since Telus is the exclusive vendor for the Razr, and has a retail price of $ 1,500 for the phone, getting it for just $ 800 over two years is a good deal. You can Learn more here. Motorola Edge + TO Bell, Rogers Y Telus Right now, you can get the Motorola Edge + for $ 0 upfront and $ 15 per month for device financing for two years. That works out to $ 360 over two y...
Motorola, News, Phones, RAZR, RAZR 5G

Analyst points to Motorola Razr 2 with 6.85-inch main screen

This year's foldable Razr was a blast from the past and a sense of nostalgia arose for old souls like me. While Motorola's first foldable device wasn't reviewed as well, it appears the Lenovo-owned company is likely testing another foldable smartphone. Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) The founder / principal analyst of Display Search and Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) recently tweeted about a display-related leak regarding the Razr 2. According to Young, the Razr 2's screen will feature a slight resizing. An earlier leak on June 2 suggested the phone would launch with a 6.7-inch panel, similar to Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip. Now Young says the device will have a 6.85-inch folding screen.Ready for a new screen leak? Motorola Razr 2 ...
Galaxy Fold, Galaxy Z Flip, News, Phones, RAZR

Samsung’s foldable batteries could change the way smartphones are designed

Like it or not, foldable smartphones are still poised to be the next big thing in the handset industry. While early devices like the Galaxy Fold, Z Flip and Razr have all hit store shelves, each first-gen foldable smartphone features some sort of trade-off, whether its durability, battery life or camera performance. The Z Flip is probably the closest to being the only foldable smartphone worth actually purchasing, but even it has notable issues, including screen durability problems and less than stellar battery life. If a new report from China-based ItHome is accurate, foldable smartphones could soon start featuring much better battery life, solving at least one of the relatively new category’s issues. After several years of resear...