Fifteen years ago, the Motorola Razr was arguably the coolest phone on the planet. Even the most powerful smartphone, with all the accompanying bells and whistles, couldn't hope to compare to the extraordinarily satisfying snap of ending a call by flipping your Razr shut. Thankfully, in 2019 the Motorola Razr was brought back to life as a foldable smartphone to help bring mid–noughties nostalgia into the smartphone age.
Now it seems we're going to be getting a second generation of this foldable smartphone. Images of the Motorola Razr 2020 have recently leaked, showing a device that hasn't veered too far away from the design of the 2019 Razr.
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Images leaked by Evan Blass (via GSMArena) show the Motorola Razr in three stages, open, partially closed and fully closed. The selfie camera notch at the top of the main screen remains, but there doesn't appear to be a fingerprint scanner at the bottom of the phone like there was on the 2019 version.
It does appear that the 2020 version of the Motorola Razr could come with a significant photography upgrade. While the 2019 version just had a single 16MP camera, it seems that the Motorola Razr 2020 will have a dual camera setup. Previous rumors have pointed towards the main camera having a 48MP sensor and the secondary camera having a 20MP sensor.
Rumors also point to the Motorola Razr 2020 using the Snapdragon 765 chipset, which means that we should be seeing some 5G support – a must, considering how expensive the updated Razr will likely be (the original began at $1,500) and how many of its competitors will have 5G.