Hey, good morning! The second wave of foldable phones approaches, and the companies behind them are politely reminding us that, despite their $1,000-plus price tags, it's early days. You might recall Samsung's struggles with its Galaxy Fold review devices, and even once the company fixed some of the woes, the device hasn't set the world alight. Huawei's foldable is out in China but no word of it in Europe and the US.
Now, there's Motorola, which is telling prospective buyers that "bumps and lumps are normal" in the plastic folding screen. It's not really what you want to hear.