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Motorola Razr 2020: what users want to see? The second Motorola Razr foldable phone

Motorola Razr 2020
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Motorola Razr 2020: what users want to see? The second Motorola Razr foldable phone

One of the few foldable phones which launched in 2019 was the Motorola Razr 2019.Here we've compiled this list of things we'd like to see in the Motorola Razr 2020.According to speculation, the Motorola Razr 2020 launch date will be around mid-November 2020. There's no idea about the Motorola Razr 2 pricing yet, but it is expected that the original cost would be $1,500 / €1599 (around £1,350, AU$2,000) upon release.

Leaks and Rumors
So far, there are two rumors we've heard about the Motorola Razr 2020.
The first rumor suggests that the upcoming foldable phone could have eight sensors, allowing the user for gestures and access shortcuts whether the phone is open or closed.

The phone will also have an in-screen fingerprint scanner, opposite to the physical one present in the Razr 2019.
The second rumor suggests that the Razr 2020 will have a camera mod clipped onto the top of the phone.
What users want to see?
This is what users want to see in the Razr 2020, including the latest features and fixation to issues in the original device.

1. Affordable price tag
The current price tag is too high. At $1,500 (about £1,350, AU$2,000), the user will be paying a lot more for it than for most other smartphones.
We'd like to see the price below $1,000 / £1,000 / AU$1,500, and maybe even lower.

2. An improved processor
The Motorola Razr 2020 wants a powerful processor if it's going to be listed as a striking top-end smartphone – or even worthy of a high price tag.

3. A higher-quality screen
The Motorola Razr 2019 had a 2,142 x 876 poled screen, which was good, but it wasn't chiefly sharp, and you could observe its low quality when running video or playing games. While in the case of the Razr 2020, we'd suppose a pricey device will have top-end screen specs.
We'd appreciate something higher-quality in the Motorola Razr 2: if not an AMOLED screen, at least something with an advanced resolution and large display.

4. A larger camera array
The Motorola Razr 2020, like all top-end latest smartphones, needs a larger camera array which the Razr 2019 didn't offer. If the Razr 2020 is going to offer more lenses, perhaps multiple on the back and a better front-facing snapper for when the device is open, its photographic potential would really improve.

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