Motorola announced a new Android smartphone RAZR i, it is powered by Intel’s Atom processor. The processor can cloak 2GHz speeds, it is a single-core processor though. Motorola Mobility and Intel had a partnership to put Intel chips in Motorola devices, and it is the first product of that partnership.
Motorola RAZR i comes with 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Advanced display and the screen spans from edge-to-edge on the phone. Motorola touts that RAZR it’s 8 megapixel camera can load in less than a second and can take 10 shots in a second in multi-shot mode.
RAZR i is a revamped version of the RAZR M launched earlier, both phones have the same display, thickness and differ internally. RAZR i comes loaded with Android Ice Cream Sandwich and upgradable to Android 4.1 JellyBean, 2000mAh of battery and Kevlar coating for protection from water. Other specifications include NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Smartactions for battery saving, Corning Gorilla Glass Protection.
Motorola RAZR i will be available starting from October in select markets first including France, Germany, UK, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico.