Motorola Razr 2 has all the chances to become Motorola’s best foldable smartphone.
New leaks indicate a Motorola Razr 2 is in the works. How will the phone manufacturer make a better second impression? Here is what you should know.
Motorola Razr 2 Launch Date and Price Tag
The Motorola Razr 2 might be released as soon as September, according to a Motorola executive, Thibault Dousson, general manager of Lenovo South Africa. He discussed the possibility of a new Razr 2 on the podcast Reframed Tech.
Dousson said: “There’s a new version coming up; there’s one in September, I think.” Well, that’s surely a vague choice of words, but we can only hope for the best. Motorola could choose to release the smartphone in some markets in September, and we would still get something.
The company could also postpone the smartphone by weeks or months, as it was speculated to have done throughout most of 2019 with the initial Razr foldable.
However, given the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, some companies are refraining from releasing products that have been long in the pipeline. Such a thing could also play a role in deciding when the Razr 2 launches, too.
As for the price tag, the first Razr cost $1,500. Pocket-lint said it expects the Motorola Razr 2 to arrive at a similar price or a little more. However, there are no reports to confirm these details, so we have to wait and see.
Motorola Razr 2 Expected Features
According to the XDA Developers, Motorola Razr 2 will support sub-6GHz 5G networks. Such a feature means that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765 chipset should power the smartphone. Also, the chip should be accompanied by at least 8GB RAM and 256GB of non-expandable storage.
The Razr 2’s battery capacity is believed to be 2.845mAh, which, if it turns out to be accurate, would make for a sorely-required 345mAh bump from the outgoing variant.
As for the cameras, the smartphone is expected to be backed by Samsung’s 48MP Isocell Bright GM1 sensor. The front camera is said to capture 20MP shots.
More details should be released in the following months. Motorola is expected to launch this time around, the best Razr 2 version.
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