Famous for being a Razr member hiding Intel Inside, the Motorola Razr i is headed for the UK through Clove and Expansys for now. Those who’re keen to find out how the Intel-Google OS marriage turns out on this particular handset will have to wait until early October.
Obviously taking great pleasure in advertising the new Razr as a full screen phone with an edge-to-edge display for whatever inexplicable reason, Motorola insists that the device should stay powered for up to 20 hours of mixed usage. Additionally, the SmartActions app for automating tasks should also help reduce battery consumption by a bit. Another interesting feature is the purported ‘instant-launch’ 8MP camera which is capable of clicking up to 10 stills within a second.
The front face of the smartphone sports a 4.3-inch qHD 540 x 960p Super AMOLED Advanced screen. The handset works on the Android Ice Cream Sandwich platform and is upgradeable to Jelly Bean. When it comes to the innards, the highlight is the Intel Atom processor which clocks it in at 2GHz. Other key specifications span through 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM, a microSD card slot, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, WLAN 802.11 a/g/b/n with mobile hotspot for up to 8 compatible gadgets, GPS, access to Google Play and more.
Clove has offered £342 with VAT and the first week of October in the process of furnishing potential buyers with the Motorola Razr i UK price and release date. Expansys UK is only talking about the £344.99 tag and the fact that the phone’s up for pre-order now. Both retailers are selling the device in the color black.