Motorola Razr's Android 10 update makes better use of the outer screen

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The main differentiating feature of the Motorola Razr vs the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is the large external screen, and with the coming update to Android 10 Motorola is boosting the functionality of this external screen tremendously. Initially, the device launched with the Android 9.0 Pie operating system.

OEMs such as Motorola do little towards furthering Android's march towards regular software updates.

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Since we're looking at a foldable phone, the company has added some host of new features to improve the overall experience. That's all great stuff, and it brings the Motorola RAZR's core software up to feature parity with other modern handsets. To do that, all you need to do is swipe left on the Quick View display. It will display favorite contacts and dialer to make calls without opening the inner primary display. New gestures like swiping right or twisting your wrist can now quickly fire up the camera app. You can now use more apps on the outer (aka Quick View) screen, including Google Maps' turn-by-turn navigation and music control for apps like Pandora, Spotify and YouTube Music. The update also adds new camera modes Group Selfie, Portrait Mode, Spot Color, and more. It said that the update started rolling out on May 7 in the country. As expected, the update is now seeding out in a staged manner. It's a lot like the Android notification panel you're used to, and it could be a nice alternative for folks that aren't familiar with Moto Display. You can also go to Settings and check for the update manually.

On a sperate note, Motorola has also started rolling out the Android 10 update to its budget Moto G7 smartphone.

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