Review: Motorola maxx Ve
The Motorola RAZR Maxx Ve offers all that you would expect on a mid-level feature phone. Call quality with the Ve was excellent, and the camera is one of the better ones we've seen at that level. The music player and video playback didn't stand out, but are on par with many other phones in the Verizon line-up. The real differentiating factor is of course the RAZR brand and RAZR styling that the Maxx Ve takes advantage of. The styling of the Ve is a cut above many of the feature phones with which it competes. The Ve is a solid refresh to the aging line-up of RAZRs, and is the logical stepping stone between the RAZRs of old, and the forthcoming RAZR 2.
Our on-the-scene report from the CTIA trade show in Orlando. New phones from Sony Ericsson, Kyocera, Helio, HTC, Alcatel, Motorola and Pantech.
Nov 13, 2019
The unannounced new Motorola RAZR with a foldable display has been revealed in public documents for its FCC approval. Photos in the documents match previous leaks, including a very tall, narrow screen that folds in half, inside a body very much like the original RAZR, including a "chin" at the bottom.
A quick look at the Bold N1, an attempt to offer a flagship experience for just $250. Where else will you find a phone for that price with a true all-screen design, pop-up selfie camera, in-display fingerprint reader, and wireless charging?
Motorola describes the new Edge as their one premium phone for the US for 2021, (besides whatever RAZR they may or may not introduce.) It's not a flagship, but it's well above the usual affordable fare that Motorola has primarily focused on in recent years. It has a fast-refresh display and a whopping 108 megapixel main camera.
A video mini-review of the Samsung Galaxy Note10, the smaller of the two Note models this year. Here are the things that stood out to me after using the Note10 as my main phone for two weeks.