Motorola makes a change so that Razr 5G buyers don't worry about getting shipped a used unit

Yesterday we told you that before Amazon ships the to a customer, it takes the foldable phone out of its oddly shaped box first to close the device before replacing it. It seems that shipping the Razr with the screen open resulted in too many cracked, scratched, or damaged screens when these units arrived at consumers homes. And those models that Amazon unboxed, folded, and boxed again were arriving with something else on the phone that was irritating Razr 5G buyers: fingerprints. Consumers thought that the phones they had received was shipped in used condition (more on this later).
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