Great phone! Don't doubt about the single core chip!
7 August 2013
Excerpt: This is definately the best mid-ranger, even comparable with flagship devices. The build quality is excellent, the phone is compact but packs a 4.3 inch display, the battery life is great, almost no bloatware, very fast Intel chip, practical UI and sleek design.
Excerpt: This is a phone which has great build quality compared to some other mid-range devices, a decent sized screen which is easy to use and is fast and responsive. The intel processor copes really well with everything and it all works really quickly and smoothly, which is good considering this could be the start of more intel based phones. Another great thing is that Motorola have barely changed the OS, which for me automatically puts it high up in terms of choice.
A great smartphone that could have been the greatest!
12 December 2012
Excerpt: A great phone overall, intel chip is outstanding. Lacks infrared, though and some android apps cannot be run due to chip architechture (the price one pays for new approaches). It is beautifully designed and quality built. It works smoothly. It is way better than most samsung's droids, in special because it has the construction quality samsungs lack. Motorola this time did not tweak the OS too much, thank God, as they do not know how to do it properly.
Excerpt: This phone is excellent: fast processor even if its mono-core one, camera is decent and fast, battery life is very good, light weight etc. The GPS fix is very fast, accurate and does not consumes a lot of battery. It even works indoor, but accuracy is then far from being good, which is totally normal. That's a really good point for me, I massively use the GPS for my sport trainings. I like the fact that I can easily use with just one hand.
Excerpt: This phone feels good in hand and is of a good weight. Fast with great reception. Worth buying. I was skeptical at first, but this has been one of my smarter purchases. This thing is faster than my toshiba thrive.
Excerpt: "I had this phone awhile ago and it cost me about £300 and I believe you can now get it for around £200 if not cheaper which is an absolute bargain for a phone like this, the screen looked great, the camera was good, the design was in my opinion absolutely stunning with the Kevlar back and metal body, and of course the wonderful stock Android look and feel, this phone is perhaps out-shun by the phone I bought after this the Nexus 4 which is also cheap ...
Pros: Cheap but feels and looks expensive .
Cons: 720p Screen . Not as powerful as more current devices
Motorola RAZR I: Motorola Razr I - performance, value and battery life!
11 January 2014
Summary: I have now had this phone for 6 months, so feel qualified to pass judgment now! I spent a long time looking at phones and deals, but kept being drawn back to this one - I am really glad i went for it! Look and feel - it has a large screen, and toughened Gorilla Glass face (not sure what that is, but it has survived a number of drops onto hard surfaces, and a ribbed casing for easy grip - again robust enough in my case to survive drops.
Excerpt: "In my opinion the motorola RAZR I is a hands down awesome buy! Of course thats just me since this was my first and only phone bought in the smartphone market. I cannot complain! The screen isnt small but its not one of those tablet sized exaggerations either. The quality of video and pictures is truly exceptional since it is HD compatible. Its fast nd easy to use and understand not like some other smart phones. Everything is easy to check and look ...
Excerpt: "...SIIIs and the like. Poor Motorola have only a very small foothold in the constantly growing world of the smartphone. But with this smartphone Motorola have shown that they are up there with today’s big label smartphones , albeit with a much smaller price tag. So, before diving straight at the more popular smartphones like the majority of today’s generation, check out the Motorola RAZR I; a pretty high-spec phone with a pretty low price tag. ==Design== Motorola's ...