Motorola RAZR i
At a press conference dedicated to London today, Motorola and Intel has officially announced the Razr i, a version of the Droid Razr M that’s powered by a 2Ghz Intel Atom processor.
The big change is obviously the processor, which is rated at an amazing 2Ghz, making it the world’s first smartphone to achieve such a clock speed.
The Razr i is the first device to come from Motorola’s partnership with Intel, which was announced nearly a year ago. With Intel’s 32nm manufacturing process and its Hyperthreading technology, it’s claimed that it’ll outperform dual-core equivalents in web-browsing and gaming.
Specifications / Features
• Motorola Razr I comes with Android OS and upgradeable to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
• It has a 4.3-inch and edge-to-edge Super AMOLED display.
• 8 megapixel which can take 10 pictures in less than one second.
• At the front, there’s a 0.3MP snapper for making video calls.
• NFC is built-in for use with Android Beam.
This phone has 40% more screen per square inch than the iPhone 4S, and 15% more than the iPhone 5.
• Body is made up of Kevlar, aluminum and Gorilla Glass.
• It is sleek 8.3mm thick and weighs 126 grams
• The battery is 2000mAh cell
• It is water resistant too.