Motorola Razr has experienced two generations so far, but not a particularly good one among customers. Availability is relatively poor, and the ratings of those who have tried them are not particularly favorable.
The new Moto Razr, which will be released later this year, could change that paradigm and significantly more effectively counter the Galaxy Z Flip switches from Samsung, which dominate the market.
The great thing is that they will get a flagship chip under the hood, the newly introduced Snapdragon 8+ Gen1, while the two earlier models had mid-range chips.
From the outside, it will get twice as many cameras as its predecessor, although still only two, but for this type of device it should be quite appropriate, especially if it will be better than the one offered by its predecessors.
A short video of the Moto Razr 2022 phone on Twitter reveals that the recognizable “beard” or space under the internal screen is gone, so now it looks more like the Galaxy Z Flip. The notch from the top of the internal screen has also disappeared, so he carries the selfie camera in the hole in the screen.
The fingerprint reader is on the side of the device.
Let’s hope for an even better battery, which would make this phone even more attractive.
Do you like what you see and everything you have learned so far about the upcoming Moto Razr switch?