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Samsung’s $1,380 Galaxy Z Flip is without a doubt a better foldable smartphone than Motorola’s $1,500 Razr for 8 big reasons
Motorola's $1,500 Razr was arguably dead in the water the moment that Samsung announced its $1,380 Galaxy Z Flip.
I only spent about 30 minutes with Samsung’s new foldable flip phone, but I’m convinced Motorola should be worried
Samsung is bringing back the flip phone as a foldable smartphone in 2020. Here's what it's like to use it.
Motorola's new Razr foldable phone is a revival of the popular flip phone. Here's a look at its best features.
Motorola's $1,500 Razr is back ordered until February 18, which is more than a week following its official release date of February 6.
Motorola’s new $1,500 Razr flip phone has been delayed, and the company says it’s because of high demand
Motorola's foldable Razr has been delayed from its December 26 release, but the company says it doesn't anticipate a major shift in launch timing.
A mysterious foldable phone that snaps shut like a flip phone has appeared on Chinese social media, and people are saying it’s Samsung’s s...
Samsung's next Galaxy Fold may have a very different design that resembles a flip phone, according to a reportedly leaked photo.
Motorola’s iconic Razr flip phone was one of my favorite cellphones ever— but I wouldn’t buy the new one
Motorola's Razr foldable phone is an exciting throwback, but its high price and somewhat lacking specs can make it a tough sell.
Smartphones are getting weird again, and it could be a sign that the industry is on the brink of another huge change
Motorola's foldable Razr flip phone and the Galaxy Fold represent a welcome change to an industry that's been stagnant.
We may have our clearest look yet at the resurrected Motorola Razr, the next major foldable smartphone expected this summer
Before the smartphone was ubiquitous, the Motorola Razr phone was a must-have. In 2019, it's coming back!
Samsung's Galaxy Fold launch didn't unfold the way the company had expected. Here's what other companies can learn from Samsung's missteps.