The next Screen is more useful. Today.
The majority of the changes have been in new attributes for the outside Screen, which may currently display Google Maps instructions even when the phone is shut, do video calls with the primary camera (that is still not good, but is much better than the inner one), and respond to text messages using a complete keyboard (rather than the canned answers it had previously provided ). Additionally, there are more significant audio controllers and brand new swiping gestures to get your favorite contacts along with the camera quickly.
Also new in the upgrade are better customization choices with new topics a characteristic Motorola added into its applications with the newly published Motorola Edge Plus which allows for changing the design of fonts, icons, and colors to your Android OS.
Regrettably, none of those improvements can aid with the more significant difficulties plaguing the Razr, such as the exceptionally high $1,500 cost, the undependable folding Screen, worries regarding long-term durability, bad camera, or lackluster battery life.
Motorola also assured in the present announcement that the Razr would find a second Android OS upgrade (to Android 11) sometime later on — great news for anybody who purchased one.