Motorola Razr 2022 Will Be the First 144Hz Foldable

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Motorola will bring a new powerful phone to the world in 2022. It’s actually coming this month, and it’s a remake of the much older Razr foldable gadget. reveals the news about the phone’s arrival and some of its capabilities.

The main highlight of the upcoming phone is the insanely high refresh rate: 144Hz. This is a crucial aspect nowadays if you want a phone capable of high-end gaming or video editing. Since everybody is an influencer and a stand-up comedian these days, you may need a gadget powerful enough for video editing at any time.

You can’t possibly put that much refresh rate on a phone unless you have a display that’s powerful in other areas as well. This is why Motorola Razr 2022 will also be sporting a main OLED display that measures 6.7-inch.

A lot of processing power

You already guessed that Motorola Razr 2022 would also be equipped with a lot of processing power. That will surely be possible thanks to the gadget’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC processor.

Thanks to Sparrows News, we can have what seems to be a first look at the upcoming Motorola phone:

We all have to admit that the design looks beautiful, and the comment section seems to be pretty filled with people who are delighted by what they see.

The fresh information we have contradicts the recent claim that Ross Young supposedly made, according to XDA, that the device will be carrying a 2400 x 1080 resolution, as well as a 120Hz refresh rate. While we don’t know anything yet about the resolution, we can definitely be glad that the Motorola Razr 2022 remake will have a higher refresh rate.

We can surely expect from the Motorola Razr 2022 to be anything but cheap. We’re guessing it will be over $1,200, but only time will reveal the truth.

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