Motorola is warning people not to add screen protectors to the new Razr, and says bumps and lumps under the screen are 'normal'
- Motorola released a video to point out a few things about the new Razr that people should know before using the phone.
- Some of the tips are obvious, like avoiding sharp objects or wiping it dry if it's exposed to a splash of water.
- Other care tips include folding the Razr before putting it away in a pocket or bag, and to avoid using your own screen protector, as the phone already has one.
- Motorola is also setting expectations by telling users that lumps and bumps under the screen are normal.
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Motorola released a video detailing how to care for the new Razr foldable smartphone, presumably because the experience of using it will be different than a traditional smartphone.
It's also taking the opportunity to tell you that "bumps and lumps" under the screen are normal, and that you shouldn't use a screen protector with the new Razr.
Indeed, foldable smartphones are so new that they come with a few disclaimers and warnings, at least for now while foldable smartphone technology is improved.
Motorola recently announced that the new Razr will be released on February 6 in the US, and people can already pre-order the phone now from Verizon, Motorola itself, or Walmart.
Check out what Motorola says you should and shouldn't do if you get the new Razr:
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The new Razr has water-repellent qualities, but you should wipe it dry if it gets wet.
Bumps and lumps on the screen are normal, according to Motorola.
You should obviously avoid sharp objects, like you would with any smartphone.
Motorola is making it clear that the new Razr has a protective coating pre-installed on the screen.
With that in mind, Motorola doesn't want you using a screen protector with the new Razr.
You shouldn't stow the new Razr in your pockets or bags when its unfolded.
Check out the full video here:
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