The new Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra (or RAZR+) has gone through the JerryRigEverything laboratory with a major surprise in the torque test.
It’s been a couple of weeks since we were able to test the Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra nails on pretty good feeling Except for autonomy, which is logical by pure design and number of milliamps-hours, and also a camera system that could be improved. In any case, within motorola catalog this foldable has grown in quality to to be very close to, or even above, the option of Samsung which will soon receive an update, this Galaxy Z Flip4 which has served as a reference for clamshell.
In any case, there is another aspect that users who want to have a RAZR 40 Ultra are going to have to pay attention to, and that is that despite the fact that everyone already knows the greater fragility of this type of mobilethe truth is that in the tests of the popular Zack Nelson this latest Motorola folding has been suspended with a rather important surprise regarding the construction of the terminal itself.
Right here we leave you with the traditional JerryRigEverything video roughing up the RAZR 40 Ultra and then we comment:
It is not worse than the others, but this Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra breaks unexpectedly
As you have seen, the first thing that catches your attention is that you are testing Motorola’s RAZR 40 Ultra (which in some markets is called RAZR+) they do not show any strange behavior as to what we would expect, with a screen that scratches as expected and a more delicate than normal flexible panel, which due to its plastic polymers, it does not withstand the burning test with direct flame.
Be that as it may, these are quite extreme tests and that surely will not occur in real life, so let’s put them aside and talk about the torsion testwhich in these formats with a hinge is usually always the most tricky and also the easiest to reproduce in daily use.
In all the tests the results are the most logical and expected, but when you forcefully bend this new Motorola RAZR 40 Ultra… what breaks is the outside Gorilla Glass Victus and not the hinge or the internal screen!
And this is where we have unexpected surprises, because Motorola has created a really strong chassis and hingethat do not break easily, as well as a flexible panel that does not suffer damage either by forcefully twisting the terminal. This means that you will be able to sit on top of the RAZR 40 Ultra without fearbut be careful, because there is always a but.
The hinge does not break, but when you force yourself to fold the new Motorola foldable, what breaks is the outer glass Gorilla Glass Victus! And this is something strange without a doubt, that we have never seen and that obviously should not happen.
Anyway let’s be patient, take care of the phone if you have it because all foldables are delicate, but these tests are extreme as we said, and it is rare that we use so much force in any case that the outer glass ends up breaking… We will have to trust!