Motorola Razr Plus teardown reveals major similarity to the Galaxy Z Flip 4

What you need to know

  • Zack Nelson of JerryRigEverything tears down the Motorola Razr Plus to see what makes it tick.
  • The phone cracked under pressure in a previous durability test, which revealed a gap behind the cover display.
  • The Razr Plus hinge is similar to one used on Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip series.

This year seems to be all about clamshell foldables as companies like Motorola and Samsung launch their latest in a bit to compete for broader consumer interest. The Motorola Razr Plus has been out for about a month now, and after a grueling durability test, Zack Nelson of JerryRigEverything is taking the phone apart to see what makes this foldable tick.

As per usual, the teardown consists of disassembling the phone to show off its various internals, such as the camera modules, displays, motherboards, and more. The Motorola Razr Plus teardown reveals some interesting things about the phone’s build, such as the motherboard, which sports a unique psychedelic sheen on the circuits.