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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.

Intel have said that they’ve spent years optimising Android to the point where it’s completely fluid. We can see the web browsing on the demo is extremely smooth; they say the JavaScript has been optimised to run buttery smooth.

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.

Companies: Intel, and Motorola