All about the secondary screen of Motorola’s upcoming Razr.

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Motorola is coming with a foldable smartphone which could be referred to as the Motorola Razr. The latest leak from XDA Developers confirms some details of the device software. So, what’s all about the secondary screen of Motorola’s upcoming Razr.

As per XDA Developers, the secondary screen of Motorola’s foldable phone won’t have access to the whole Android experience once the device is folded. The report claims that Motorola has restricted the number of apps that may be accessed over the flipped screen. The apps having access to the closed Motorola screen are pre-installed system applications like Moto show, Moto Actions, and the Moto Camera app for selfies.

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The report additional reveals the operating of secondary display of the Motorola’s upcoming device. Just like the ‘closed display’ will act as a trackpad for scrolling. It will show up to 6 fast Settings tiles and trigger Google Assistant while the phone is flip closed. Motorola is additionally testing the Moto show app that may show a clock. Pulsing notifications and controlling media via the secondary screen.

I hope Motorola clicks this time by relaunching the legendary Razr. And all the leaks about the secondary screen of Motorola’s upcoming Razr comes true.


According to the recent XDA Developers report, not every Android app installed on your smartphone can operate this internal screen. Instead, it is thought that Motorola limits the touchscreen to a few select systems. For applications, such as Moto Display, Moto Actions, and Moto Camera. That’s a very distinct approach to the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Samsung treats its 4.6-inch so-called Cover Display as a traditional smartphone screen running whatever the bigger folding screen can do. Although it’s restricted to two multi-tasking apps, not three like the 7.3-inch Flex Display.

All about the secondary screen of Motorola's upcoming Razr
All about the secondary screen of Motorola’s upcoming Razr.

The internal screen on the Motorola Razr can be used to display up to six Quick Settings tiles as well as key system applications. These will be comparable to those in the dropdown on all Android smartphones at the top of the display. Allowing users to switch to Airplane mode and the like rapidly without interrupting anything they do on the primary screen. It is uncertain, according to XDA Developers, whether Motorola will allow users to scroll at any one moment to see more than the six tiles on the screen.


With regard to specifications, the latest Motorola Razr does not seem to have nearly the same grunt as competing for foldable devices. Like the Huawei Mate X and Samsung Galaxy Fold anywhere. The new Motorola will use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 system-on-a-chip coupled with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. According to a study from XDA Developers. A model with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage will also be available, it claims.

While this chipset supports the Quick Charge 4 + technology from Qualcomm, we still don’t understand what kind of quickly charging the Motorola Razr will give. We do understand, however, that Motorola is going to kit its bendy blower with a battery cell of 2,730mAh.

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