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  • Motorola's foldable smartphone will get a number of unique features


    Motorola has already officially confirmed the imminent release of its own foldable smartphone, and now there are the first details about its capabilities. Information about the modern heir of the cult RAZR V3 came from users of the site XDA Developers, who somehow got access to internal documents of the manufacturer.

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    The new leak confirms that the smartphone will have a small external display and a large internal one. Only some pre-installed applications like Moto Display, Moto Actions, and Moto Camera will get access to the outdoors. Consequently, it will display notifications, time, media and camera control buttons.

    When opened, the external screen will act as a trackpad for scrolling in Chrome and other applications. The auxiliary display can also display up to six buttons with quick access to different functions of the device. When you call the Google Assistant virtual assistant in the closed state, a special animation will be displayed on the external display, which the user can turn off.

    Above the external screen will be the main camera, which in the closed state can be used to take selfies. Will there be another photo module inside the gadget-not reported.

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    Presentation of a foldable smartphone Motorola is expected in late summer of this year.


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