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Android 10 starts to reach the Motorola Razr

Android 10 starts to reach the Motorola Razr

Motorola started making the Android 10 update available today on the Motorola Razr.

The software update expands the features of the Quick View screen, providing the most pleasant, intuitive and fluid user experience.

The Motorola Razr is the start of a new era in the folding smartphone category. It is the first smartphone with folding screen and compact design in flip format of the brand.

With the upgrade, Motorola created a software experience for the Quick View screen, enabling new ways to interact with the smartphone.

“The versatility of the display is capable of keeping razr users connected, but without distractions. The Android 10 update significantly improves and expands the features of the Quick View screen, ”says the manufacturer.

Now also just drag your finger to the left on the Quick View screen to access them via contacts.

With the new Intelligent Response or the new Quick View keyboard it is possible to read and respond to the messages of the applications even more quickly.

The front camera features of the razr Quick View screen have been expanded, allowing the user to capture selfies in different ways with the device closed, including new camera effects, portrait mode, highlighted color, and more.

When the razr is closed and unlocked, you can open the camera by simply dragging your finger to the right or with Quick Capture by rotating the handle.

You can now browse Google Maps and music apps like Spotify, YouTube Music and Pandora directly on the Quick View screen.

“We had already established a new standard in folding devices by implementing an external Quick Display screen, with its size and functionality as a differential. But now we are going further. As we extend the boundaries of innovation in this device, we continue to prioritize usability improvements for the Quick View screen, providing the most pleasant, intuitive and fluid experience possible for the user ”, explains Thiago Masuchette, Head of Products at Motorola Brazil