Motorola, one of the founding figures behind the industry of smartphones is seldom seen in the market nowadays. However, the nostalgia regarding the foldable phones is still there. This is mainly because of the old Razr models. Motorola Razr was the pioneer of foldable phones since the beginning of the 2000s. The recent technological advancements have led the company to go back to its roots. Because of this, the company is coming up with the new Motorola Razr 2 this September.
The new smartphone is the direct successor to Motorola Razr 2020 that released in February. The Motorola Razr became an instant hit as soon as it released in the market this year. The design of the phone became its most interesting selling point. Motorola nailed the design part which retrospects the retro style of the previous models to perfection. But, the only problem is that the Motorola Razr 2020 is not that powerful as compared to the latest smartphones. That’s where Motorola Razr 2 comes in.
Motorola Razr 2: A brand new upgrade
The new offering from Motorola is more of a generation update on to of the previous model. The Razr 2020 is a phone that showcases performance features from 2018. But there is one point where it beats the modern-day smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The Z Flip introduces a thin glass for the bent screen, which leaves crease marks on repeated usage. It might even crack if not taken care of, properly. However, the Razr 2020 uses a specific plastic OLED screen that bends in ways which shows no crease at all.
The Razr 2020 uses a Snapdragon 710 chipset, while the latest offering, Motorola Razr 2 will sport the brand new Snapdragon 768G chipset that supports 5G. The phone will offer up to 16GB of RAM along with a storage capacity of 256GB. The current model offers a camera of 16-megapixel, but with the new Edge+ coming up with its new 108-megapixel camera, the Razr 2 can sport even better cameras.
We can expect much better performance from the new phone, and it may even introduce a new hinge system. The phone will have a price of around or higher than Rs. 1,30,000. Let us know what you think of this in the comments section below!
Suryapratim Ray is an engineer, author, robotics hobbyist, and an active Quoran. Being a technical blogger, he covers the good, bad, and ugly of science on a regular basis at Sciencenews18. In addition to his passion for writing, he’s equally keen on learning classical music.