Anonymous, 11 Jun 2019Motorola, please, don't release this phone! Nobody will buy it! Yes they will
Can't wait. If the spec is ok and battery life good I'm so switching from Samsung to this. Had the original Razr and would love a smartphone version. 1st phone to be excited about for a few years now. Please bring it to the UK!
I really hope that the battery will last for a full day, but I don't think so
Cash, 28 Apr 2019Motorola... With a Flagship Flexible Phone.... and your aiming for a 12MP single cam... just... moreIf you haven't noticed it's not meant to be flagship and battery size with this kind of phone can only be so large
My Motorola Razr V3X is resurrected, I get depressed when it dead. Now I buy you to add to my huge Motorola phone collection, so we are together forever.
I probably get Motorola Z4 Force to keep you company too. So when I'm at projects and I can't talk with you, you two keep each other company and look after each other until my work meetings and works finishes lol
consider its size before blaming it. its concept is an ultra small phone, not a huge 7inch 4:3 phone.
Not a flagship device for sure.
Game changer, and definitely will be a hit in the market.
Waiting patiently for release.
Motorola... With a Flagship Flexible Phone....
and your aiming for a 12MP single cam... just a single one?
Not only that but a 2730mAh battery. This phone is a bust.
Though the battery is small in size, the device is rumored to be using the mid-range Snapdragon 710 SOC which should be less taxing on the battery, coupled with an OLED display. I'd reserve judgment until the phone releases. No way they are going to be able to deliver a phone with the same or similar form-factor to the original V3 (which is the general assumption about this phone) using a 3000mAh or higher battery.
CptPower, 20 Mar 2019Man thats not a true in 2011 Kyocera Echo was first foldable phhone and it did have LXCD not a... moreJack is essential for savvy consumers.
Plenty of room today with even larger batteries.
Nobody wants more disposable device to replace every year
Only fanboys do.
Love the idea, just wish you could also slap it on your wrist and use it as a smart watch. If it had that, I'd be sold.
I really hope this is real, im so excited for this I might shit myself
CptPower, 20 Mar 2019Man thats not a true in 2011 Kyocera Echo was first foldable phhone and it did have LXCD not a... moreFirst at what? It was no more a folding phone than any flip phone. It had multiple panels that didn't come together correctly.
CyberCoNeko, 16 Mar 2019so you're saying u don't want the amoled type of screen which is impossible for a flexible pho... moreMan thats not a true in 2011 Kyocera Echo was first foldable phhone and it did have LXCD not amoled or poled no such bad habbit.
Jack is oldchool tech and yes in present like future or wreless era jack have no space and place and removing is just a essential thing for any phone maker.
Jack is not essential and should be removed.
As we charge our phone every night we can do with earplugs.
But present people are too lazy they hear music 24/7 which is insane wired all the time ignoring rest of the world.