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Caring for/Protecting your RAZR

2020-01-30, 12:04 PM

Moto just released a video on how best to care for your new phone.

 

It is mostly common sense tips, but two things I found most noteable:

 

1. Do not put a screen protector on it

 

2. The screen may have or get small bumps or imperfections (perhaps it's best to buy MotoCare)

 

All the rest seems pretty logical. Things like don't put it in your pocket while it's open, wipe it down if it gets wet, etc.

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Re: Caring for/Protecting your RAZR

2020-01-30, 15:47 PM

 wrote:

Moto just released a video on how best to care for your new phone.

 

It is mostly common sense tips, but two things I found most noteable:

 

1. Do not put a screen protector on it

 

2. The screen may have or get small bumps or imperfections (perhaps it's best to buy MotoCare)

 

All the rest seems pretty logical. Things like don't put it in your pocket while it's open, wipe it down if it gets wet, etc.


Hi.

 

It's always a good idea to get a MotoCare extended warranty. However, the bumps are part of the design, where the hinge mechanism supports the flexible screen. In my experience, they are invisible when the screen is on but can be seen when it's off. 

 

- Matt

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Re: Caring for/Protecting your RAZR

2020-01-30, 19:39 PM

 wrote:

 

Hi.

 

It's always a good idea to get a MotoCare extended warranty. However, the bumps are part of the design, where the hinge mechanism supports the flexible screen. In my experience, they are invisible when the screen is on but can be seen when it's off. 

 

- Matt


Hi Matt, excellent points, and thank you for clarifying the bit about the bumps.

I have more information about MotoCare, pricing, and comparison to Verizon's plans in the warranty/accessory thread.

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