Motorola has prepared some devices for launch over the next few months that have excited many people in the tech community. First of all there is the upcoming Moto Edge X30 series, codenamed Moto Frontier. Then there was the Moto Razr 2022.
However, reports are now coming in from prominent Chinese tech journalists that the Razr 2022 launch may have been delayed, with no clear timeline for the device’s launch.
Motorola is expected to release the Moto Edge X30 Pro and Moto Edge 30 Ultra smartphones sometime this month or in August. The flagship series is said to have a 200-megapixel camera, to become the first smartphone manufacturer to this proposes Samsung and her 200 MP smartphone camera.
Motorola had planned to launch, or at least unveil, the final version of the Razr 2022 during the event, but now it seems highly unlikely. A few weeks ago, Chen Jin, General Manager of Lenovo Mobile China, joined the Chinese social media network Weibo some photos of the Moto Razr 2022. The photo dump contains images of both the closed phone and the open phone.
The device shown in these photos was a prototype and not the final, ready-to-ship product. According to reports, Motorola is still working on fine-tuning the software and fixing some bugs.
The Moto Razr 2022 has already been confirmed by company officials to be powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. We don’t expect many changes to the overall design, but an even bigger deck screen and upgraded cameras – 50MP main and 32MP inside.
The first Smart Razr arrived in fall 2019, followed by a 5G version in 2022. However, unlike their Samsung rivals, neither phone had true flagship internals, which may have contributed to the limited sales they saw. The device also had a very limited production run and was not readily available. Obviously, the very limited availability was the main culprit behind his numbers. Still, the phones have had their fair share of fans.
Whether that will continue with the Razr 2022 remains to be seen when the new version finally arrives.
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