Motorola now back to track again because it has recently launched its first Intel based Android smartphone known as the Motorola RAZR i which features a 4.3-inch handset running a 2GHz Intel chip. RAZR i uses a qHD Super AMOLED “edge to edge” display which Motorola claims to deliver a 40 percent larger panel than an iPhone 4S, or a 15-percent larger display than an iPhone 5, size for size. On the outer part of the phone you will find there is a Kevlar for tough, lightweight protection.
With the launch of this smartphone Motorola has targeted three main goal which consists speed, power management, and a demonstrable commitment to Android. “A phone is only half a phone if it only last halfway through the day,” Jim Wicks, senior VP of design at Motorola Mobility, said today. So, the RAZR i gets a 2,000 mAh battery good for 20hrs of mixed use.
Intel’s Atom processor is built using 32nm processes, and the chip company says there are big advantages to its faster silicon. Intel has apparently spent “years” polishing Android on x86, and bringing it up to speed with HyperThreading, so that Java and HTML performance is suitably swift.
NFC is available which is not really surprising because now a days the phones that are out in the market are featuring NFC as a basic need. One main feature of having Android phone is that it can be customized and therefore Motorola has customized the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich User Interface with “circle” interface. Where it can, Motorola will be leaving the bootloader unlocked, too, for those who want to modify their handset. It also has a 8 megapixel camera and will hit selected markets including the UK on Orange, T-Mobile, Phones 4U, Virgin Media, and Tesco along several other countries in Europe from the starting of October.