Motorola RAZR i

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81

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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Motorola RAZR i review: how does the Droid RAZR M fare with a 2GHz Intel processor inside?

Summary

The RAZR i is a pleasure to use, and is more than capable of handling your various smartphone tasks. Still, there's work to be done on app support for Intel's Medfield chips.

Pros
  • Remarkable battery lifeSolid buildSuperb camera performance
Cons
  • Lacks support for some Android appsPenTile display shows some jagged edges
Motorola RAZR i review: how does the Droid RAZR M fare with a 2GHz Intel processor inside?
More Info

Motorola and Intel hold hands for multi-year, multi-device partnership

Motorola announces Intel-powered RAZR i, launches in Europe next month

Motorola's RAZR i: benchmarking Intel's first 2GHz Medfield smartphone

If you're getting a serious dose of déjà vu, we're right there with you. The RAZR i is a version of Motorola's Droid RAZR M that's headed to Europe and South America with a few differences. For the most part, though, it's cut from the same Kevlar cloth: you get a 4.3-inch AMOLED screen with qHD (960 x 540) resolution, an 8-megapixel rear camera, a 2,000mAh battery and 5GB of built-in storage -- with a microSD slot for expansion.

So what's different? On the outside, the RAZR i gets a physical, two-stage camera button. It's a welcome addition, but Intel reckons that its 2GHz processor is what you should be concerned with. It's the highest-clocked Medfield processor we've seen yet -- and perhaps more importantly, it's been placed in a core phone-maker's device. We've already come a long way from the Orange-branded San Diego. So how does this compare to the Qualcomm-powered (and LTE-capable) RAZR M? Will this Intel iteration charm us the same way? Join us after the break to find out.

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Scores

Engadget

81
 

Breakdown

Reception and call quality
8.0
Display
8.0
Battery life
8.0
Camera
7.8
Ease of use
9.3
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Specs

RAZR

Type
Smartphone (Android)
Camera
yes
Internal memory
8 GB
Screen size
4.3 inches
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Specs

RAZR

Type
Smartphone (Android)
Camera
yes
Internal memory
8 GB
Screen size
4.3 inches
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