Motorola RAZR i Arrives at Orange and T-Mobile UK

The Intel-based smartphone is available for free on select monthly contracts

Motorola RAZR i, the first Intel-based smartphone from the mobile phone maker, is now available for purchase in the UK via Orange and T-Mobile.

The handset went official in the country via third-party retailers not too long ago, yet those who would like to purchase it on monthly contracts are offered the option as well now, through the aforementioned operators.

At Orange, the smartphone is available for free on contracts that start at £31 (around $50 / €38) per month, and can be purchased from T-Mobile for free on monthly contracts starting at £26 (around $42 / €32).

With a 4.3 inch qHD display on the front, the new device can offer appealing performance capabilities courtesy of its 2GHz Intel Atom processor complemented by 1GB of RAM.

The smartphone comes with 8GB of internal memory, but provides users with the possibility to expand it via microSD memory card slot.

It also sports an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with support for full HD video recording, as well as a front camera for making video calls while on the go.

The handset’s specifications list also includes HSDPA connectivity, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, NFC technology, built-in GPS receiver, Kevlar fiber case, and splash-guard coating.

The smartphone is powered by Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and offers support for a wide range of applications available for download through the Google Play Store.

“Raise your game with the amazing Motorola RAZR i. Sleek, stylish and speedy, this big-screen smartphone delivers stunning looks and top performance,” Orange notes on its website.

“With a lightning-fast Intel processor inside, this pocket powerhouse is built to keep up with your every move. Take your pick from the thousands of Android apps available, and enjoy them on the brilliant 4.3" edge-to-edge touchscreen.”

The smartphone can be seen on Orange’s website on this page, while available through T-Mobile via this link.

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