Motorola recently unveiled the Moto Razr 5G, a bending smartphone that will go on sale in the U.S. for $1,400 on October 2020. The first buyers of the device can get it with a 50 percent discount when exchanging it for their smartphone.
In the second version of the Moto Razr, the company used a new single crystal system and improved the camera, and developed a patented zero clearance joint. This hinge allows the screen to close so tightly that a piece of paper cannot be drawn between two parts.
For extra strength, the hinge is made of stainless steel and the body itself is made of 7000 series aluminum. Motorola’s mechanical tests confirm that the joint can withstand 200,000 cycles of bending and deflection. The manufacturer confirms that the smartphone will last more than 5 years, if you open and close it 100 times a day.
In addition, when developing the smartphone Motorola has filed more than 100 patents, which also relate to the software that allows you to quickly interact with applications on the external display and switch to the internal screen.