Motorola’s ‘edge to edge’ smartphone, the RAZR i, is finally hitting shelves in the UK this week, adding to the plethora of new devices hitting the market at the moment.
The smartphone is the first Intel-powered smartphone to hit the market, hence the ‘i’ in its name, which could be a sign of things to come for the next generation of devices. Here’s what we can expect from the model.
Motorola RAZR i specs and features
The RAZR i has a 4.3-inch edge-to-edge qHD display with a resolution of 960×540. According to Motorola, this offers 40% more screen space than the iPhone 4S.
Internal storage is a modest 8GB, and it only comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich – an odd decision given Google’s ownership of Motorola.
Motorola is apparently set to redeem itself though, with an update to the latest OS, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, due in the near future.
After much hype, the 2GHz Intel processor is finally with us and delivers the sort impressive speeds we’ve come to expect from Intel. We also have 1GB of RAM on the inside, and a decent 8MP camera.
Motorola RAZR i: Will it be a hit or miss?
The Motorola RAZR i is certainly a good-looking phone, and the vibrant edge-to-edge display really catches the eye.
Having Intel on the inside is also a bonus, with the 2GHz chip making for a super-fast phone that allows multiple tasks to carried out.
Yet the Android smartphone market is a particularly cut-throat one at the moment, with some great new releases alongside some long-standing favourites.
With the likes of the HTC One X+ due out soon, and the Galaxy S3 still ruling the roost, Motorola may struggle to get a look in. But if you’re looking for something a bit different, this could be the device for you.
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