Raymond Wong, writing for Input:
The Motorola Razr nightmare continues. A week after we
purchased and reviewed the foldable phone, the plastic OLED
display on our $1,500 device is now peeling apart… at the fold.
We always try our best to not be alarmist, but when a giant
horizontal air bubble appears literally out of nowhere and starts
separating the top lamination and the display panel, we have to
wonder why anyone would be optimistic about foldable phones.
And then here’s a guy whose brand-new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip cracked at the fold the first time he opened it, perhaps, he thinks, because of cold weather.
Lastly, from one year ago: “Apple ‘Faces Pressure’ to Deliver Foldable iPhone Fast”.
[Update: This post originally contained the quip “You’re folding it Wong”, a play on the infamous (but inaccurate) “You’re holding it wrong” Steve Jobs response to the iPhone 4 antennagate problem. When I wrote it, I thought it oh-so-clever to work in a second pun, in addition to holding/folding. But I should know better than to ever make a play on someone’s name, which is always out of line, and can easily veer into the outright offensive. I feel that’s true about my mistake here — it was offensive. I am truly sorry, and hereby apologize to Raymond Wong and to everyone who read the post as originally written. I should have known better, and will do better. I also want to thank Raymond for his gracious response.]
★ Monday, 17 February 2020