Intel processor based Motorola Razr i, which will be made available in select European and Latin American markets this October, will never make it to India as Motorola is pulling out of the Indian market.
Motorola has unveiled an Intel powered smartphone called Motorola Razr i yesterday at an event in New York. The smartphone is based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (upgradeable to Jelly Bean), and features near field communication (NFC) technology.
It is powered by a 2.0 GHz Intel Atom processor. The phone also has a Super Amoled 4.3 inch display with virtually no border, making the phone much smaller than other phones with a similar screen size.
Motorola claims to provide 40 per cent more battery life compared to the competition and the device also has an instant-launch 8 megapixel camera with dedicated camera button that can load in less than a second. The camera also features an illuminated sensor located on the back and High Dynamic Range (HDR) capabilities.
Like other Razr series phones the Razr i is made of protective materials, with a diamond cut aircraft-grade aluminum frame surrounding the display, which is made of Corning Gorilla Glass to deflect scratches and scrapes. Razr i has a DuPont Kevlar body. It is protected by a splash-guard coating.
Motorola has also put in its proprietary battery saving Smartactions, which will automatically trigger specific actions like putting the phone on silent in office or switching off apps when the battery is running low.
The phone is more powerful than earlier phones launched on the Intel platform like a phone launched by Orange in Britain, MegaFon in Russia and Lava International in India as all these devices use a 1.6 GHz processor.
Motorola Razr i will be available in black colour beginning in October in select European and Latin American markets.