If you own the new, foldable Motorola Razr, be warned that it’s really, really hard to fix yourself.
We got an inkling of this last week when the team at PBKReviews did a teardown. Now, iFixit, the gold standard in teardowns, has confirmed it: the Razr is the “most complicated phone-based contraption we’ve ever taken apart.”
While the above video outlines the teardown in under five minutes, their full write-up delves deeper into all the screws and contraptions found within the Razr’s shell.
As iFixit notes, it shouldn’t shock anyone that serviceability doesn’t get much thought in the first iteration. So be really, really careful with it, just like …