Motorola has published its stress test for the Razr, after to the CNET indicate that the model is broken after it has been folded to 27 thousand times. On his YouTube channel, the company has released a short video that calls the test “for real” to your device.
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The video shows that it would be a little more close to the real one, that the Motorola Razr will open and close fully. In the experiment, from CNET, which used a machine known as the FoldBot, had a more rapid rate, and it was not a smartphone to be fully tucked in.
In a note to the youtube video, at, Motorola said that the Razr has a fold that is different from just about any device on the market,” and stated that the FoldBot is not designed to test for the unit. In fact, it has been designed to test the endurance of the Samsung Galaxy Hand.
“Therefore, any transaction carried out by the use of this machine, it will put an undue strain on the hinge and it will not allow the phone to open and close, as desired, by making the test inaccurate,” he said.
“The important thing to remember is that the Razr has gone through the extensive testing of the resistance of the loop during the development of the product, and the test of CNET’s do not simulate or reflect the actual use that the user will have to have the Motorola Razr. We have all the confidence in the durability of the Razr”.
The company did not reveal how many times the Motorola Razr is bent and will not break during the test, but it indicates that the folds must be working properly for at least two years. The phone is on pre-order for$ 8.999 on the manufacturer and the retail stores of the END, of Course, and I Live.
With information that is: Engadget.