As mentioned before, Motorola will bring an Intel-powered version of the RAZR M. The phone is now official and is called Motorola RAZR i. Like the RAZR M, the Intel-powered model gets the same edge-to-edge display and most of the features but lack 4G LTE support. As a RAZR, the handset is built with premium protective materials such as diamond cut aircraft-grade aluminum4 frame around the display, Corning Gorilla Glass, DuPont KEVLAR fibre and a splash-guard coating, which protects even the electrical boards inside.
The RAZR i is powered by Intel’s Atom 2.0GHz processor and 1GB of RAM. It features a 4.3-inch 540×960 Super AMOLED Advanced touchscreen display, a 8 Megapixel main camera with auto focus, LED flash and 1080p Full HD video recording and a VGA front camera. With high processing power, the main camera is capable of snapping 10 pictures in less than a second; and its illuminated sensor and HDR capabilities allow users to get great shot even in low-light conditions. The Atom-powered smartphone runs Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich with custom UI and SMARTACTIONS.
The Intel-Inside phone supports dual-band WiFi 802.11b/g/n connectivity, GPS/AGPS and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as DLNA and NFC. It has 8GB internal memory and supports microSD/SDHC cards. The RAZR i supports quad-band WCDMA 3G and quad-band GSM networks, and has no 4G LTE support. It will be available in October in the UK, France, Germany, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico.