Motorola and Intel have today announced a device that they’ve called the biggest device since the launch of the original Motorola RAZR — wow, what a call. The Motorola RAZR i features 4.3-inch edge-to-edge AMOLED display with zero touch-response time. The device is powered by a — as far as we can tell, it’s single core — 2GHz Intel CPU built on 32nm architecture.
The device was designed by both teams at Motorola and Intel. It’s super strong, and will give users a full day of battery life — there was a lot of emphasis at the live event in London.
Motorola have praised the camera, showing that it can take 10 photos a second when you need to. That’s faster than most DSLRs according to the company.
Something exciting for developers is that all the RAZR i’s will have unlockable bootloaders. What a turn around that has been for Motorola, formally a company that wanted nothing to do with unlocking bootloaders. Thank goodness for Google, eh?
How about those specs:
- 4.3-inch AMOLED Edge-to-edge Display with zero touch-response time
- 2GHz single-core Intel ATOM CPU
- 8MP rear camera
- Android 4.0 (yep, 4.1 is going to be a future update
- Kevlar backing, Gorilla Glass front
- A battery that lasts all day, whatever that means.