Motorola’s first Intel Inside smartphone Motorola RAZR i is set to release in this October. ZTE Grand X was announced earlier running the same chip, now Motorola shows confidence in Intel. The phone seems pretty ordinary apart from 2 GHz clocked Intel Atom MedField chipset. Though the processor is a single core one it seems to be a good one. The chip is built on 32 nm architecture and supports hyper-threading which means the handset can take on multi-core processors, in pen-and-paper at least. Both Intel and Motorola are claiming the chip is good enough for current competition.
The handset packs 4.3 inch Super AMOLED display. Display is a good one but not too impressive like other recent smartphones. Display boasts 256 ppi 540×960 pixels resolution. Corning Gorilla glass coating and splash resistant design ensures extra bit of safety. In comes with just 8 GB of on board storage and only 5 GB available to user. It’s a 3G supported droid, no 4G LTE connectivity option is there.
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Take a look at the key features-
Key Features of Motorola RAZR i
- Android 4.0.4 ICS, planned upgrade to JellyBean
- 2.0 GHz Intel ATOM MedField chipset
- 1 GB RAM
- 4.3 inch Super AMOLED display
- 540×960 pixels resolution, 256 ppi
- Corning Gorill Glass coating on display, splash resistant body
- 8 GB internal storage
- Micro SD card slot
- 8 MP camera, full HD video recording
- VGA front camera
- High speed 3G connectivity
- Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, dual band Wi-Fi, DLNA
- NFC connectivity
- HTML5 supported web browser
- 2000 mAh battery
Release Date of Motorola RAZR i
Motorola is expecting to make RAZR i available in UK, France, Germany, Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico by October this year. In UK the droid will be available in contract with Orange, T-Mobile UK, Phones4U while O2, Sparhandy, E+ and Phone House will bring it in Germany. Other carriers are still unknown. The unlocked version of RAZR i will cost you around £340 in UK.