The all-new Motorola RAZR has finally been launched and Motorola Mobility and its parent company, Lenovo are proud of what the device has achieved when it comes to setting a milestone achievement in smartphone innovation and technology.

However, how confident is Motorola when it comes to this new device? Are they prepared for any possibility of facing what previous companies faced in the release of a foldable screen smartphone?

In a report by Phone Arena, it appears that Motorola Mobility has learned from its competition and applied these things so the RAZR would not end up like the first ones. In fact, they are pretty much confident that the RAZR will not suffer the same fate that the Samsung Galaxy Fold did during its initial release.

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The company was asked, "What measures has Motorola taken to ensure the reliability of the device, and is it confident in it remaining issue-free in the long run, unlike what we saw with the Samsung Fold?"

Motorola representatives answered, “We didn’t bring the new Motorola RAZR to market until we knew it was ready,” Phone Arena reported. “We have full confidence in the durability of the Flex View display, and based on our research, it will last for the average lifespan of a smartphone.”

"We acknowledge this is a brand new technology and we are committed to continue improving as the industry evolves. Therefore, we’ve created a world-class service package to make sure every RAZR customer has an exceptional experience.”

It can be recalled that Samsung and Huawei were the first mobile companies to announce the release of a foldable smartphone. These are not just foldable in the sense of a flip phone but both companies boasted of releasing a smartphone with a display that folds along with the device.

However, the Samsung Galaxy Fold ran into major and drastic issues with regards to its display, with many users complaining that the screen broke only after a day of use, Android Authority reported. This forced the South Korean tech giant to recall the device and make the fix on it and do a re-release.