Conclusion: The previous RAZR was let down by its large bezel and slightly choppy browsing experience, and Motorola has done a superb job at addressing both issues with an impeccably built easily-pocketable handset whose 2GHz single-core Intel processor keeps up with the demands of multi-tasking.
Conclusion: The Motorola RAZR i is a smartphone that combines the best of both worlds: although it packs a relatively big 4.3-inch display, it is extremely compact by today's standards. In fact, together with its RAZR M variant, it is the smallest 4.3-inch smartphone one can currently find on the market.
Pros: Extremely compact for a 4.3-inch smartphone, Good call quality
Cons: Photo quality could have been a lot better, The custom interface is meh
Summary: Moto's latest handset has Intel inside and promises to take you to the edge
Pros: Good size and weight, Big, vibrant screen, Intel Inside, Reasonable price, Fluid Android skin, The fact that you can expand the storage by up to 64GB makes this an attractive option. And it's an easy phone to use without too much customisation to confuse Android newbies. Plus, it works well as a ...
Cons: Design divides opinion, Low pixel density, Poor vibration, Only seven home screens, The camera performed well in good light, but we were left disappointed in anything other than perfect conditions. The Motorola Razr i isn't an LTE handset, so when that starts rolling out on EE this year and other...
Summary: Those wondering whether or not an Intel-powered smartphone can deliver the goods will have their questions answered by the RAZR i. It’s a powerful, fast phone with a beautiful screen that, despite some interface quirks, is a solid performer.
Summary: The mobile phone world is currently dominated by chipset makers such as Qualcomm, Nvidia and Apple, but old industry vet Intel is keen to claim a share of the pie for itself. It’s hoping that the Motorola RAZR i – essentially an updated version of the Motorola RAZR M – will be the device that grants...
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Excerpt: The new Motorola RAZR i has two key elements. First, it packs a fairly-large screen into a fairly-compact handset, and second it's the first big-brand handset to use an Intel chipset - and one with an all-time high 2.0GHz clock speed.