Motorola has just announced the first Intel-based smartphone, the Motorola RAZR i with 2GHz Intel Atom processor. RAZR i is the first smartphone that uses a 2GHz processor with Intel’s 32nm process technology. This smartphone has a 4.3-inch screen but using the technology edge-to-edge screen that looks like a big iPhone.
Unlike the previous RAZR, this new device using Kevlar material is solid, not aluminum. Motorola claims that the camera on this new device has a very sharp image with a quick start-up. Like the RAZR series ever, the device is also supported by a promising battery life of 2,000 mAh.
Motorola RAZR i is scheduled for release in October to many countries such as England, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico and the United States. No pricing information RAZR i. The device is very similar to the RAZR M launched through Verizon, except for the processor. Well.. to determine if the device will be launched globally, RAZR i look forward to the news, via Cumaini.
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