Sponsored Video: Motorola RAZR i
The RAZR range from Motorola has always been bravely cutting edge and we are not just saying that because this an article sponsored by Motorola. The V3 split opinion at the time of its release but that keypad and the ultra thin profile certainly made it stand out from the crowd. This time it looks like opinion may be split once again thanks to what Motorola are calling a full screen edge-to-edge phone.
A full screen smartphone sounds pretty tempting and somewhat out of reach for todays technology but that is what is being promised with the new Android based RAZR i from Motorola – and that i could be quite important too – could it stand for “Intel Inside”?
The UK version of the RAZR i includes an Intel Atom processor.
Realistically, the edge-to-edge screen is pretty close with a very thin frame (by todays standards) and this allows the screen to take even more prominence so the 4.3” AMOLED display almost feels larger for the size of the phone. The phone dimensions are 60.9mm x 8.3mm x 122.5mm.
Check out the video and see what you think about the edge-to-edge RAZR i.
Inside the RAZR i the Intel Atom processor which powers the phone can reach speeds of up to 2.0 GHz which, as a raw speed, should give its nearest rivals something to think about. For me the most tempting aspect of the phone however is the battery which Motorola are saying is “40 percent more powerful than the competition”.
From what we can ascertain the RAZR i will ship with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) with a possible upgrade to 4.1 (Jelly Bean) some time later. Other features include a built in Micro USB port which expands the storage capacity to almost limitless proportions and the camera looks beefed up offering 8 megapixel resolution, with the ability to take up to ten photos per second, and it can also capture 1080P video.
The RAZR i looks set to be available in two colours: white and black. For more information head over to the Motorola RAZR website.
Disclosure: This post has been sponsored by Motorola