The collapsible Razr folding phone from Motorola came on the market in the United States on Sunday, but the manufacturer warns of “bumps and nodules” in the screen.
Motorola reveals this in a new video that gives users tips on how to properly care for their folding phone.
For example, it is not recommended to use a screen protector and sharp objects must be kept away from the phone at all times.
Motorola says about the screen: The screen is bendable. Bubbles and nodules are rational.
To make the Razr screen bendable, Motorola has opted for plastic, rather than glass that almost all “static” smartphones choose. A plastic screen still works with bumps.