Motorola just now has officially released Motorola RAZR I, the first Intel-based smartphone that comes with a single-core 2GHz Intel Atom processor, an 8MP camera for HD video recording and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. The Motorola RAZR i is the first smartphone to clear the 2GHz barrier and powered by Intel’s 32nm technology processor.
Besides being the first phone to take Intel processor, this smartphone also features a 4.3" edge-to-edge AMOLED screen display with qHD (540x960-pixel) resolution, which is comparable to more compact devices like the iPhone to produce excellent visual experience for users to watch HD movies on mobile phone. Its 2,000mAh battery would greatly ensure digital entertainment for a full-day enjoyment. The large sensitive screen also produces quite fast response against touching.
As for the camera, the gadget has an extremely snappy 8MP camera with quick one-second start-up, which can take 10 pictures a second. Users could record pictures and videos at will with its large internal memory space: 8GB, 16GB and 32GB versions are provided for users to choose from, which is expandable via microSD cards.
In terms of software, you get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, which could soon get upgraded to 4.1 Jelly Bean. On top of that, you have the light Motorola skin that we've come to like recently. You have the circle widget, and some other nice tweaks to the stock Android user interface. NFC is also on board.
The shipment of Motorola RAZR i is set for October for various markets like the UK, Germany, France, Brazil, Argentina and Mexico, while the U.S. launch is still to be confirmed.