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Motorola RAZR i: hands-on

The Motorola RAZR i is the latest Android smartphone from Motorola, it’s a mid to top end phone running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, set to rival the HTC One S and Sony Xperia S.

The Motorola RAZR i looks virtually identical to the RAZR M, which has just been released in the US, but inside it’s the first Motorola phones and only the second phone to include an Intel Medfield processor, following the Orange San Diego. Here the Intel 2Ghz single-core processor should allow for fast, powerful performance, but it’s also low powered, contributing to long battery life.

The last phone from Moto – the Motorola RAZR Maxx – wowed us with its battery life – lasting two days with moderate use and a hugely impressive three days – with light use. Motorola claims the Motorola RAZR i will last 20 hours.

With a KEVLAR back the RAZR I’s design is unmistakably Motorola, however the look is more refined, with less angles. Elsewhere there’s a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED screen made with tough Gorilla Glass and an 8-megapixel camera

Check out the video to find out our first impressions of the Motorola RAZR i or read the full Motorola RAZR i review.

Motorola RAZR I FRONT screen on

Motorola razr i back

motorola razr i side

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