Motorola RAZR i announced with Intel Inside

Motorola introduced three new RAZRs a couple of weeks ago but it seems like they’re not done yet. Just recently, Motorola introduced a new member of the RAZR family, the Intel-powered RAZR i.

It’s a RAZR so it doesn’t fall far from the tree. It sports an edge-to-edge 4.3-inch (960×540) AMOLED display with Gorilla glass, an aircraft-grade aluminum4 frame, 8 megapixel camera, 2000 mAh battery, the signature Kevlar back and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (upgradeable to Jelly Bean).

What separates the RAZR i from the pack is the latest Intel Atom Z2460 processor clocked at 2.0 GHz running under the hood. This means faster performance like taking 10 photos in under a second in multi-shot mode. It also has NFC on board and a splash-guard coating to protect the RAZR i from rain or accidental spills.

The RAZR i will be available in Europe and South America starting October with a white version coming to select markets.

No details on pricing and local availability as of the moment.

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9 Comments on this Post

  1. Redgie Louie Campani

    impressive specs

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  2. woah! the moto-boy inside me is drooling..^^
    will be waiting for this phone!

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  3. This is about $650.

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  4. bayanpages
    Twitter: bayanpages

    If they’re selling it at around $650 in the US, they’d probably sell this at more than 30k php here. Mahal!

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    • Yep, mahal talaga. And this is Moto’s first foray in Intel chips (ata). I read somewhere that there could be app compatibility issues because of the chip architecture and how codes are run.

      Even the cheaper RAZR M is a better choice IMO.

  5. jericho
    Twitter: jerichorivera

    Could’ve done better if it has at least 3100mAh battery…
    But who am I to complain anyway?

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  6. SpiderWak

    I hope Yuga can get his hands on it. Id be interested to know how “well” Intel’s proc perform.

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  7. Woah! That’s impressive!! But I’m not digging the design though. I’ll just wait for the reviews to see if it’s worth the money ^_^

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  8. Skeptical Monkey

    Drained after 6 hours of standby. Riiiiggghhht!

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