Motorola RAZR i Announced, will Feature 2GHz SoC Intel Inside and Android 4.0.4 ICS









Good news reveals that Motorola Razr i will be powered by an Intel processor, and the processor will have the power which no one has ever seen. After announcing RAZR i, Motorola is standing proud for producing such a magnificent featured phone since the RAZR models. The Motorola RAZR i is powered by the Intel Atom (Medfield) processor with 2GHz SoC (System on a Chip), which is the world’s first 2GHz SoC embedded phone.

The processor is a 2GHz SoC with single-core and with the hyper-threading. The phone has a  4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED Advanced (“with virtually no border”) display on the front, and Dupont Kevlar around back. The new thing about the Silicon inside is the combination of Intel’s Atom Z2460 and XMM6260 baseband drive the RAZR i. There is a 2,000mAh battery (with 40% more power saving features than other competitive smart phones) beneath water repellent Kevlar material. The 2GHz Intel Atom SoC RAZR I is more specific in Java-based applications for web browsing. The low power consumption even while processing CPU intensive activities like gaming is its attractive features. With ability less than one second to load and a multi-shot of 10 pictures per second, an eight-megapixel camera is present on the back side and a VGA webcam in the front. It will have built-in NFC for beaming data. The remaining specification is similar to the Droid RAZR M.


At Mobile World Congress 2012 Intel announced the Z2460 would be able to run its CPU core at up to 2GHz, up from the 1.6GHz announced at CES. Since then, no Intel based phones have used the new 2GHz silicon other than RAZR i.

As far as availability is concerned, less targets are planned at the US market but UK, Germany, France, Argentina, Mexico and Brazil are the major markets to see it first at the beginning of next month.

The RAZR i will be available only in black.

Read: Full Technical Specification of Motorola RAZR i

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