Motorola Razr i on-contract price in UK revealed, to start from £23 a month

September 22, 2012
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Alongside the three new Razr phones that were unveiled earlier in the month, Moto fans have another phone to look forward to – one that packs a 2.0GHz Intel processor inside, the Motorola Razr i.

Launched in London just a couple of days ago, Motorola said that the Intel-based Razr i will be made available in select European markets — UK included – starting in early October. So it’s about time we see some pricing details from UK carriers and retailers.

If you like your phone to come with a contract, to save some money upfront, Virgin is offering the Razr i for free with a monthly payment that starts from £23. You should be able to find the phone in its retail stores, as well as through online and telesales. Slightly heftier is the price that T-Mobile UK and Orange ask for the Razr i, which starts at £31 per month.

Note that you’ll be stuck with the carrier of your choice for the next two years.

For those who prefer to buy their phone without a contract, you can already pre-order the Razr i from Clove, which is selling it for £342 with the first stock due to ship in the first week of October. The retailer will also throw in a free copy of Norton Mobile Security.

Need a refresher of the specs? Here they are:

  • 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced (960 x 540 resolution) with edge-to-edge display
  • 2.0GHz Intel Atom CPU
  • 8/16/32GB onboard storage, microSD expansion slot
  • 8MP rear camera
  • NFC
  • 2,000mAh battery
  • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (upgradable to Jelly Bean)

Is the Motorola Razr i going to be your next Android smartphone?

Comments

  • http://www.facebook.com/ngrj93 Nagaraj Poti

    definitely not going to be mine with so many other options available

  • http://profiles.google.com/nicandro.m Nicandro Filho

    I’m very curious about this phone. I hope to appear a review of it soon. Seems to be the same device as the RAZR M, but with Intel Inside, and a better camera (with Back-illuminated sensor).

    Apart from the problem with updates, another weakness of Motorola are the cameras.

    If my next phone don’t be a Nexus, it probably will be one of this new generation RAZR.