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Motorola unveils the Intel powered RAZR i smartphone

Yesterday in London Motorola and Intel announced the first product of their smartphone partnership, the RAZR i. This is basically the global variant of the RAZR M targeted for the United States market announced two weeks ago.

The RAZR i is one of the first smartphones to include Intel’s Atom ‘Medfield’ platform which includes a presumably single-core processor running at up to 2 GHz with Hyper-Threading enabled for two threads. Intel claims that the chipset has been optimised for Javascript

The device itself isn’t much larger than Apple’s iPhone 4S, yet has a 4.3 inch, qHD (960×540) resolution Super AMOLED Advanced display. Motorola is claiming that the RAZR i has more screen per square inch than any other phone available. The 8 MP camera launches in under a second with a dedicated camera shutter button and the sensor allows for 10 shots to be captured in a second. There is also a 2000 mAh battery.

At launch it will come with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich but will be updated to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean soon.

The RAZR i will be available in the United Kingdom, Germany, France and South America initially.

KitGuru says: Intel’s first real offering in the smartphone market looks to be an enticing one.

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