Some of Motorola’s new software features for the foldable RAZR phone have just leaked

According to an xda-developers finding, Motorola is working on a smartphone with two displays, although its marketing name isn’t known.

According to an xda-developers finding, Motorola is working on a smartphone with two displays, although its marketing name isn’t known.
According to an xda-developers finding, Motorola is working on a smartphone with two displays, although its marketing name isn’t known.

Foldable phones were the hottest attraction at MWC 2019 last week. The Mate X was voted the best device of the show, and Samsung’s Galaxy Fold was also on display.

A variety of smartphone vendors also showed off prototypes during the show or mentioned plans to launch a device in the near future. One such company is Motorola, which revealed a foldable is in the works for later this year with a design that’s nothing like the Mate X. A week later, we have a leak that lists several of the features Motorola has developed for foldable phones.

One of the problems with foldable phones is that we still don’t know if we need them. Handset vendors are trying to figure out new apps and experiences that would make more sense on a foldable device than on a traditional handset, and Motorola is no different.

A series of rumors and leaks said Motorola will be reviving the RAZR brand for its foldable phone line, although the company never confirmed such plans. A RAZR foldable phone would have an internal foldable screen, as well as an external display, very much like the original RAZR phone. Images from patent documentation showed us how such a device would look like.

According to an xda-developers finding, Motorola is working on a smartphone with two displays, although its marketing name isn’t known. And xda discovered how the external display will work.

Apparently, Motorola will not allow a full Android experience on the external display, and only certain apps will be able to access “display on flip.” The list includes pre-installed Moto apps like Moto Display, Moto Actions, and Moto Camera.

Here’s all you’ll be able to do on the “closed display” based on the information xda received: More

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