White Motorola Razr i will make its UK debut this week

December 20, 2012
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The Motorola Razr i, the first Intel-powered Android smartphone to sport the Razr branding, was given a glitzy launch party in London back in September, which was hosted by both Motorola and Intel.  By now, you can easily get your hands on the phone in the country, except if you’re after the white variant.

That won’t be a problem anymore, as according to reports, the Motorola Razr i in white will be launched this week in the UK.

Retailer Phones4U will have the white Razr i up for grabs on its website on Saturday, where you can get the phone for free on contract. The offered service plan will start at £20.50 per month. Meanwhile, you should be able to get the phone unlocked for about £330.

Aside from the use of a 2.0GHz Intel Medfield processor, the Razr i offers the same specs as the Razr M. This means we’re looking at a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced display with 960 x 540 resolution, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage, microSD support, 8MP main camera, VGA front-facing cam, NFC, 2,000mAh battery and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Does the Motorola Razr i look pretty in white?

Comments

  • Quryous

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    The Motorola iphone looks better than apple’s. And, it’s Android, too! Even better.
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    • Jared Persinger

      My new droid smokes my one friends iphone 5, and it has NFC, and a battery that lasts longer than I do

  • duh

    For a system that touts itself as open why doesnt Android support the ICS format.

    How do you expect to make inroads to the enterprise world when a user cant accept or reject meeting invites sent by email?

    Haven’t seen an answer to this question since Android launched its first phone.

    Nice toy though for all the boys that like to play.

  • http://twitter.com/danmcsw danmcsw

    Really wish they would bring the Razr HD, Razr MAxx HD or even the Razr M this side of the Atlantic.

    I like that they don’t change much from stock Android, so I’d be quite tempted to go for an ARM powered Moto. The Razr I being x86, app compatibility issues would make it more trouble than it is worth. Also not mad keen on Intel’s processor being single core, even if it is running at 2GHz.