If you missed the deal that Wirefly had on the Motorola Droid Razr M, where the phone was offered for only $50, last week, it’s redemption time, Wirefly is again giving customer the opportunity to snag the Kevlar-adorned phone at a similarly tempting price.
Yes, we know it’s iPhone 5 and iOS 6 week this time of year, as Apple has released its sixth major mobile OS refresh a couple of days ago which was followed by the sixth iPhone launch – currently taking place in Asia and Australia and quickly spreading to Europe and the North America. But what we’re strictly interested in today is the inevitable iOS 6 vs Jelly Bean update comparison when it comes to availability and adoption rate among existing consumers, which you know from the get go that it’s not going to be a battle Google can win just yet.
Motorola, who is owned by Google, announced a new smartphone yesterday called the RAZR i. It’s basically the RAZR M that’s currently available on Verizon Wireless in the United States, but with an Intel chip inside. We know it’s supposed to be fast and all that jazz, but at what cost? How’s the battery life? Will apps in the Google Play Store run seamlessly despite the different architecture?
The next step in the Motorola v Apple patent wars has occurred. Motorola has filed a complaint with the ITC regarding 7 of its patents. Now, the ITC will determine if Motorola has a case. If so, this could spell the beginning of the end for iOS in the United States.
Jelly Bean is the latest version of Android to hit the market, but how many devices actually utilize it? Looking at Google’s August numbers, 1.2% of Android traffic comes to from a Jelly Bean device.
A few journalists have been able to get their hands on pre-release models of Motorola’s upcoming Intel-powered RAZR i and after the initial first looks and hands-on pieces, the device has now been benchmarked. And the question is, how well does the single core 2GHz Intel Atom-powered phone compare to ARM-powered devices?
In case you missed the action earlier today, we’ll remind you that Motorola held a special media event in London to unveil its first Intel-based smartphone ever. The two companies announced way back in early 2012 that they will work together to release various Android-based devices featuring Intel’s Medfield chips, and the Motorola RAZR i is the first in the Motorola-Intel family.
Today in London, Motorola and Intel hosted a joint event to announce the newest member of the Razr family and the first phone from Motorola to feature an Intel processor – the Motorola RAZR i.
As we informed you last week, Motorola and Intel are hosting a joint event in London today, presumably to announce Moto’s first Intel-powered phone. Rumors say that the device might be a European variant of the recently announced Motorola Razr M, but we can’t rule out a surprise, like a Droid Razr HD featuring an Atom processor, or even an entirely new device.
It wasn’t too long ago that the Droid RAZR HD was first announced. While the phone looks to be quite capable, little has been revealed when it comes to pricing or release date. Pricing still remains a mystery, but it seems we might be narrowing in on a target release date. Originally, all we knew for sure was that it was coming “before the Holidays”. Now October seems likely.